Covering nearly all of Maná's hits prior to 1999, this album contains the most popular songs from the group's first four albums. Spanning from ballads like "Vivir Sin Aire" and "No Ha Parado de Llover" to funkier numbers like "Déjame Entrar" and "Hechicera," this album captures all the finest moments that made Maná one of the most successful bands in the Latin rock movement (although the group's success has been more commercial than artistic). All of the necessary songs for a neophyte are included here. If more is desired, the individual albums might be something worthwhile to look into. No new material is included, but it features "Corazón Espinado," Maná's collaboration with Santana, originally included in the guitarist's album Supernatural.
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AllMusic Review by Iván Adaime