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Esclava De Tu Piel
Azucar Moreno
Esclava De Tu Piel
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Latin Music
 
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All Artists: Azucar Moreno
Title: Esclava De Tu Piel
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Sony International
Release Date: 6/25/1996
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Latin Music
Styles: Dance Pop, Latin Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 037628197928, 037628197942, 037628283546, 5099748419026

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Hoy tengo ganas de Azúcar Moreno
Søren Jensen | Copenhagen, Denmark | 05/28/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

""Slave To Your Skin" is the title of Azúcar Moreno's 8th album, and it is classic Azúcar! The infectious opening track "Sólo se vive una vez" was a huge success in Spain, it has HIT written all over it. The mid-tempo "La cita" tells the story of a woman who's arranged a date with her unfaithful husband in a hotel room - "Imagine that I am not me, but one of the women you hoped to see, a stranger who wrote you a poem and drew you the moon on a piece of paper" ... love those lyrics! "Hoy tengo ganas de ti" is the 2nd single from the album, a strong, haunting dance track with a melancholic melody line. "Enredá" is also a great song, followed by a tribute to the Jewish people with an uptempo Flamenco-infused dance version of "Hava Nagila" which works well. The swingbeat title track features a piece of Spanish rap, but although it was also a single, it is not a highlight on the album. The mellow "Ámame toda la noche" is quite a nice track, somewhat R&B influenced. "Bandolero" sounds like a track Gipsy Kings could have made, very Spanish-sounding. "Tápame" has a Flamenco-guitar prelude before it shifts to a wonderful Latin track, one of my favorites of the album, before "Tiritando" closes the ball after just 38 minutes playing time (!) which is rather short today, and it's the only objection to this album. But a strong production, along with "Mambo", "El amor" and "Olé", this is one of Azúcar Moreno's best works."