This is Rubby Haddock's second album for his record label, following the romantic salsa trend that took off on the late '80s with resounding success. Composer/vocalist Pedro Arroyo sings the well-publicized "Todo Me Huele a Tí," from when the erotica salsa was at its peak. This was Arroyo's final Rubby Haddock recording prior to restarting his own solo career. Yolanda Rivera (of Sonora Ponceña fame) sings "Intercambio de Amor" and "Quiero," both self-penned tunes. Although not comparable with previous albums like The Entertainer or his TH series, it is a change of pace in an interesting (maybe too commercial) LP. Arrangements by Ricky Rodríguez and Ernesto "Tito" Rivera.
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AllMusic Review by José A. Estévez, Jr.