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Sin Mirar Atrás (Deluxe Versión) / Sin Mirar Atras (Deluxe Version)

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Download links and information about Sin Mirar Atrás (Deluxe Versión) / Sin Mirar Atras (Deluxe Version) by David Bisbal. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 58:50 minutes.

Artist: David Bisbal
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 16
Duration: 58:50
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Esclavo de Sus Besos 3:57
2. Mi Princesa 3:22
3. Dame Tu Amor 3:01
4. Sin Mirar Atrás 3:31
5. Besos de Tu Boca 3:27
6. Si Falta el Airé 3:15
7. Sueños Rotos 3:59
8. Al Andalus 3:58
9. Antes o Después 3:50
10. 24 Horas 3:40
11. Cuando Hacemos el Amor 4:56
12. El Ruido 3:58
13. Sufrirás (featuring Pixie Lott) 3:26
14. Juro Que Te Amo 3:47
15. Esclavo de Sus Besos 3:42
16. Como Se Grabó "Sufrirás" Con Pixie Lott 3:01

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Before its release, the popular speculation was that David Bisbal's 2009 album would be his grand crossover effort, as if he needed it. The Spanish singer has done just fine in his native tongue, having earned platinum sales across Europe and hitting the charts in America, but Sin Mirar Atras is still an album with a purpose. What it desires is to be taken seriously. The opening "Esclavo de Sus Besos" may be an uptempo and effervescent rocker but the production is perfectly sane, avoiding the over-production and gimmicky slickness found on earlier Bisbal singles. The grand ballad "Mi Princesa" is delivered with the right combination of grace and restraint, while the closing "Juro Que Te Amo" communicates a desire to stay together forever, not just the young lust of the singer's earlier work. While some fans might miss the slick dance numbers and the over the top pop tracks, the rich and rewarding Sin Mirar Atras is the sound of a former reality television contestant successfully completing the transition to mature artist. [This Deluxe Edition of Sin Mirar Atras comes with two bonus tracks, "Sufrirás" (a duet with English singer Pixie Lott) and "Juro Que Te Amo."]