Circo

No Todo lo Que Es Pop Es Bueno

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Puerto Rican Circo became involved in the Latin rock scene with an interesting experimental album titled No Todo Lo Que Es Pop Es Bueno. Ex- El Manjar de los Dioses singer/songwriter José Luis Abreu delivers his peculiar voice on this 12-track record, covering classic bolero ("Historia de un Amor," previously recorded by Lucho Gatica, Luis Miguel, and Julio Iglesias, among other Latin stars), alternative Latin pop/rock ("Sufro") tropical/pop ("Arrastrao") a sensuous ballad called"Estrella de los 100 Mares," ending with electronica-oriented "Perfume,." A promising start for a "rock en español" outfit.

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