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All Artists: Mecano
Title: Aidalai
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: RCA Intl
Original Release Date: 7/2/1991
Re-Release Date: 6/24/1991
Genres: World Music, Pop, Rock, Latin Music
Styles: Europe, Continental Europe, Latin Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 078635318128, 078635318111, 078635318142, 4007192617869, 738476547223

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Geraldine C. Bullock | Baltimore, Maryland USA | 07/13/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I was 13 years old living in Spain when I heard this album. Later that year I moved to Baltimore. 9 years later I still remember the words. When I heard Naturaleza Muerta I cried. Cualquier album de Mecano es bueno, pero este en particular es muy especial para mi. If you too grew up with it, and have only recently found it, you'll know what I mean."
A super album
Greg | Boston, MA | 10/29/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Mecano is a group which I didn't know very much about before. After buying this CD, I am very pleased. I listen to this CD often, it is very relaxing. Their songs actually have meaning which is deep. The tunes are calm and pleasant. Especially the song Dalai Lama which has an interesting tune."
GOOD! But Not Perfect!
Korben D. | Dover, New Jersey | 07/16/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Although their last album, Descanso Dominical, was perfect, this one is far from it. It's not a bad album {By all means no}, but it's not exactly the best follow - up to their MASTERPIECE. So, instead of giving a track - by - track analysis, I will only review the songs I like, starting with...El Siete De Septiembre: A MASTERPIECE {Third to Heroes De La Antartida}. It's a GREAT song, featuring the best percussion Mecano has used in a long while. The melody, the lyrics/voice, the hidden loops and sounds...everything is combined to make an excellent collage of sounds. MUST - HEAR! The SEVENTH Of September in English.Naturaleza Muerta: A great, if SAD song. The melody is enough, worthwile of your time {Prepare to spend five minutes}. Not much else to say about the song, except that IT just might remind you of Hermano Sol Hermana Luna {In tone, not sound}.Tu: It's The MUJER CONTRA MUJER of this album {Only this is FAR superior, and reminds me a lot of El Cine for some reason}. It's been recorded very low, so you might have trouble hearing some lyrics. A MUST - HEAR!Dalai Lama: OK people, forget what you know about MECANO, because this is like a whole different group. I'll call the group MECANO 2 instead. Therefore, this is their first masterpiece. It's PERFECT! The melody, the sounds, and the PERCUSSION. WOW! When I first heard it I had to listen to it FIVE more times just to capture everything. At the beginning it'll remind you of El Cine, in the middle - beginning it'll remind you of El Siete De Septiembre, and the rest is like a compilation of ALL of Mecano's albums {Including the not - so - good DEBUT!}. People, you HAVE to hear this! The beat is very groovy - like, reminding me a LITTLE bit of Sadeness by ENIGMA {Only...that's a whole different ball - park!}.Cheers for now and hope you enjoy the whole album {Because it is GREAT!}."