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Independiente + Demos

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Download links and information about Independiente + Demos by Ricardo Arjona. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Latin genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:58:00 minutes.

Artist: Ricardo Arjona
Release date: 2014
Genre: Latin
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:58:00
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Lo Que Está Bien Está Mal 3:43
2. Hay Amores 4:17
3. A la Medida 3:45
4. El Amor 4:46
5. Lo Mejor de Lo Peor 4:02
6. Mi Novia Se Me Está Poniendo Vieja 5:11
7. Te Juro 3:52
8. Fuiste Tú (feat. Gaby Moreno) 4:25
9. Te Quiero 4:38
10. Si Tú No Existieras 4:00
11. Reconciliación 5:05
12. Se Fue 4:47
13. Caudillo 5:05
14. Mi Novia Se Me Está Poniendo Vieja (Versión Piano) 5:05
15. Fuiste Tú (with Vicky Echeverri) [Versión Demo] 6:02
16. El Amor (Versión Demo) 6:53
17. Caudillo (Versión Demo) 4:57
18. Hay Amores (Versión Demo) 3:43
19. Mi Novia Se Me Está Poniendo Vieja (Versión Demo) 5:09
20. Te Quiero (Versión Demo) 5:32
21. Te Juro (Versión Demo) 3:28
22. Si Tú No Existieras (Versión Demo) 4:12
23. Lo Que Está Bien Está Mal (Versión Instrumental) 3:30
24. Se Fue (Versión Demo) 4:52
25. A la Medida (Versión Demo) 3:20
26. Lo Mejor de Lo Peor (Versión Demo) 3:41

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After his stripped-down effort Poquita Ropa, Ricardo Arjona's 2011 release Independiente is a return to form for the Guatemalan singer, at least when it comes to instrumentation. Instead of going the "unplugged" route, highlight "Te Quiero" builds into a full-band rave-up during its choruses, while the moving "Se Fue" features a lush string section. That may sound akin to Animal Nocturno (1993) or Historias (1994), but as suggested by this album's title, there's also an artistic freedom here that wasn't so prominent in the early days, one now allowed by Arjona's move to his own independent label. Songs that don't have much radio potential but are quite fulfilling nonetheless, are allowed to develop at their own pace with a handful of cuts passing the five-minute mark. Returning fans will revel in this combination of freedom and growth, and appreciate the return of producer Tommy Torres, the man who has been behind the boards for quite a few of Arjona's most popular releases. [In 2013 Independiente was re-released with a bonus disc of demo recordings.]