Since Menudo was designed to be a group of perennial teenagers, it's not surprising that the original members wanted to reunite -- perhaps to take care of some unfinished business, perhaps just to cash in on their good name. And so Reencuentro: 15 Anos Despues was born -- and, surprise surprise, it's actually pretty good. The key is that the group has grown up. There's no teeny-pop posturing that could make their early albums insufferable. Instead, it's filled with dance-pop, adult contemporary ballads and Latin Pop that make the group sound their age. It's an entertaining record, a successful reunion and possibly their best album yet.
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AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Track Listing - Disc 1
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