Priscila sheds her high-school outlook on life on the group's second U.S. release with songs like "No Sé Si Es Amor," and which borrows the melody of Roxette's "It Must Have Been Love," and the waltz "Un Amor," where she sings "Quench my fire/Take away my thirst." She also targets the title track to working people. Set to the tune of "Flashdance (What a Feeling)," she relates a "show-must-go-on" tale of a heartbroken singer that's meant to be a metaphor for anyone who's had to put on a brave face at work. Though stylistically similar to Busco Novio, the group aims for a more urban sound, incorporating wah-wah guitar into "Si Yo Fuera Ella" ("If I Was Her") and opting for a heavier thump from the drums and bass.
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AllMusic Review by Douglas Shannon