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Arde El Cielo

by Maná

Arde El Cielo by Maná

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Arde El Cielo

by Maná

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Label: WM Mexico
Juan Luis Guerra may have won all the big awards in 2007-08, but Mana loomed just as large -- if not larger -- on the musical landscape. This live set only confirms that the band has grown into a melodic rock powerhouse, crafting a rootsy sound that feels as comfortable as an old shoe -- even if you're hearing it for the first time. (And nobody can get an arena rocking like these guys.) The a cappella opening of "No Ha Parada De Llover" brings that old song back to life, though the band focuses primarily -- and rightly -- on their very strong recent material. Two new tracks round out the set.

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Juan Luis Guerra may have won all the big awards in 2007-08, but Mana loomed just as large -- if not larger -- on the musical landscape. This live set only confirms that the band has grown into a melodic rock powerhouse, crafting a rootsy sound that feels as comfortable as an old shoe -- even if you're hearing it for the first time. (And nobody can get an arena rocking like these guys.) The a cappella opening of "No Ha Parada De Llover" brings that old song back to life, though the band focuses primarily -- and rightly -- on their very strong recent material. Two new tracks round out the set.

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About This Album

Juan Luis Guerra may have won all the big awards in 2007-08, but Mana loomed just as large -- if not larger -- on the musical landscape. This live set only confirms that the band has grown into a melodic rock powerhouse, crafting a rootsy sound that feels as comfortable as an old shoe -- even if you're hearing it for the first time. (And nobody can get an arena rocking like these guys.) The a cappella opening of "No Ha Parada De Llover" brings that old song back to life, though the band focuses primarily -- and rightly -- on their very strong recent material. Two new tracks round out the set.