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No Es Lo Mismo (Bonus Track Version)


Download links and information about No Es Lo Mismo (Bonus Track Version) by Alejandro Sanz. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Latin genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:11:03 minutes.

Artist: Alejandro Sanz
Release date: 2003
Genre: Latin
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:11:03
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No. Title Length
1. No Es Lo Mismo 6:02
2. Hoy Llueve, Hoy Duele 4:52
3. He Sido Tan Feliz Contigo 3:50
4. Try to Save Your Song 3:40
5. Eso 4:17
6. Labana 5:27
7. Sandy a Orilla Do Mundo 3:27
8. 12 Por 8 4:40
9. Al Olvido Invito Yo 4:19
10. Regalame la Silla Donde Te Espere 4:50
11. Lo Dire Bajito 4:24
12. Mi Niña 4:30
13. No Es Lo Mismo (Sones del Mexside Hip Hop Remix) 4:40
14. Try to Save Your Song (Mad Beatz Remix) 3:53
15. Pra Ela Sonhar Comigo [He Sido Tan Feliz Contigo] [solo Alejandro] 3:50
16. Eso (Version AOL Sessions) 4:01
17. Si, He Cantado Mal 0:21



From the album title (No Es lo Mismo means "it's not the same"), Alejandro Sanz is showing what this effort is all about. At first, something that was already known: he is not the same as any other Latin heartthrob like Chayanne, Emmanuel, or even Ricky Martin. He composes and produces his own material and, although not a great singer, he's a superb guitar player. Second, this album is not the same as any other Latin one. Sanz affords various topics (like social issues and commitment) not only related to love, dancing, and having a good time (probably the most common Latin stereotype). Third, this work (his first studio album since 2000's El Alma al Aire) is quite different from all the previous ones. For example in "Try to Save Your S'ong" he tries to rap, and gets some help from GQ in it. To his classic sound (Latin ballads plus flamenco), he adds hip-hop, bolero, and son flavors. The problem is that not all the things melt together smoothly. Things are more familiar in songs like "He Sido Tan Feliz Contigo" or "Eso," in which he seems to be more comfortable. Although it's not a masterpiece, it's a pretty good album for Latin pop standards. [This version of No Es lo Mismo includes bonus tracks.] ~ Iván Adaime, Rovi