The early '80s marked an overall production slowdown for salsa; however, this did not faze Richie Ray and Bobby Cruz, as they continued to pursue further creative efforts. Tunes like "Nabucodonosor" and "Vive" indicate their newfound religious outlook, an avenue that proved musically favorable for the group. Ray Maldonado and Doc Cheatham are superb on "Coco Coquito" and "Señales," respectively.
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AllMusic Review by José A. Estévez, Jr.