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Viaje [Digipak]
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Album: Viaje [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Lo Poco Que Tengo
2)    Cavernicolas
3)    Nube de Luz
4)    Apnea
5)    Viaje
6)    Soldado Raso
7)    Vives Para Morir
8)    Tu Fantasma
9)    A la Luna en Bicicleta
10)    Piel Pecado
11)    Invertebrado
12)    Tu Boca
13)    Pedigri
14)    Cisnes
 

Album: Viaje [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Lo Poco Que Tengo
2)    Cavernicolas
3)    Nube de Luz
4)    Apnea
5)    Viaje
6)    Soldado Raso
7)    Vives Para Morir
8)    Tu Fantasma
9)    A la Luna en Bicicleta
10)    Piel Pecado
11)    Invertebrado
12)    Tu Boca
13)    Pedigri
14)    Cisnes
 
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  • Recording information: Bailey Building & Loan, Ridgewood, New Jersey; En Little Big Room, Nashville, Tennessee; Firehouse Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Florida; GML Recording Studio, Miami, FL; Jet Wash Studios, Miami, Florida; Kensaltown Recording Studios, Londres; La Isla Estudios, Guatemala; My Space, Nashville, Tennessee; Ocean Way, Nashville, Tennessee; Picks And Hammers, Miami, Florida; Skylight Studio, Union, NJ; The Tiki Room, Pembroke Pines, Florida; Wally World, Miami, Florida; Zalles Music Studio, Miami, Florida.
  • Photographer: Rub?n Mart?n.
  • Willfully losing yourself while on the road is a common and effective way of dealing with the onset of depression, and while that's just what Guatemalan singer/songwriter Ricardo Arjona did after the death of his mother, the resulting album Viaje is much more sweet than sour. After "Lo Poco Que Tengo" opens the album as a multiculti ray of sunshine (Arjona's Guatemalan pop meeting the easy California sway of the '70s), ballads like "Cavernicolas" (wistful) and "Apnea" (heartbreaking) bring on the heavier emotions, although there's always some hope packed into these moving songs. Little touches from outside genres reflect the album's theme of travel, and being issued on the singer's own Metamorfosis label makes it feel all the more intimate. Consider this small and sure effort one of the artist's most personal albums and approach with an open heart, and maybe a box of tissues. ~ David Jeffries
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