La Vida…Es Un Ratico / La Vida...Es Un Ratico
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|1.||No Creo en el Jamás||3:32|
|2.||Clase de Amor||3:53|
|4.||Hoy Me Voy||3:23|
|5.||La Vída Es un Ratico||4:03|
|6.||Gotas de Agua Dulce||3:08|
|7.||La Mejor Parte de Mí||3:42|
|9.||Tú y Yo||4:26|
|13.||Bandera de Maños||4:06|
|14.||Bandera de Maños (Bonus Version)||4:03|
The Colombian singer/songwriter and guitarist Juanes has the best of both worlds: he’s a serious artist whose work has received critical acclaim, and he’s a commercially successful rock star. La Vida… Es un Ratico (“Life… is a Brief Moment”) features emotive singing, catchy songs, and a mix of musical flavors. The opener, “No Creo en El Jamas,” is high-energy power pop, “Clase de Amor” sports a Latin groove colored by E-bowed guitar, and the next track, “Me Enamora,” has a nice reggae/cumbia chug. Taken together, these three songs demonstrate Juanes’ gift for balancing different styles in a way that sounds natural; his music is clearly rooted in Latin America but it reaches out to — and draws from — other places. Gustavo Santaolalla, who is best known in the U.S. for his film scores and his work with the extraordinary Mexican group, Cafe Tacuba, co-produced the album with Juanes. The production shines, especially on Ratico‘s moving title track, which possesses the grandeur of late-period Beatles.