The 2002 breakthrough release from pop/rock duo Amaral and third studio album Estrella de Mar sold a million copies in their native Spain, spawning five number one singles. Produced by Cameron Jenkins and Guillermo Quero, its combination of haunting ballads, Carribean and Mexican rhythms, country swing, and traditional folk made it their most eclectic album to date. Featuring the Echo String Quartet and an impressive array of musicians who have worked with Sting, George Michael, and Paul McCartney, it includes the hits "Sin Ti No Soy Nada," "Te Necesito," "Moriria Par Vos," "Salir Corriendo," and "Toda la Noche en le Calle."
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AllMusic Review by Jon O'Brien