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Il Divo


Download links and information about Il Divo by Il Divo. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to World Music, Latin, Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 53:34 minutes.

Artist: Il Divo
Release date: 2005
Genre: World Music, Latin, Pop
Tracks: 13
Duration: 53:34
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No. Title Length
1. Regresa a Mí (Unbreak My Heart) 4:40
2. Mama (English Version) 3:18
3. Nella Fantasia 4:25
4. Passerà 4:39
5. Unchained Melody (Senza catene) 3:48
6. Everytime I Look At You 3:29
7. Ti Amerò 4:00
8. Dentro Un Altro Sí 4:33
9. The Man You Love 3:54
10. Feelings 3:37
11. Hoy Que Ya No Estás Aquí (Spanish Version of As Far As Any Man Can See) 4:17
12. Sei Parte Ormai Di Me (English Version) 4:26
13. A Mi Manera (My Way) [Spanish Version] 4:28



International classical crossover quartet Il Divo didn't start out in the garage practicing their exceptionally fluid tenors among the din of outraged neighbors and summer construction crews; rather, they were hunted by producers for two years like wild game in their native lands and herded into the studio, where they were sculpted into a machine of such smoldering European romanticism that the world would have no choice but to rip their very hearts out upon first listen. Sound overly dramatic? You bet, which is why Il Divo's self-titled debut depends entirely on one's opinion of Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On." Extremely wealthy producers Per Magnusson and David Krueger (Backstreet Boys), along with Steve Mac (Charlotte Church) have created the Three Tenors — in this case four — for the next generation, and if the first single, a cover of Toni Braxton's "Unbreak My Heart," is any indication, all involved should see their stock rise. American tenor David Miller, French heartthrob Sébastien Izambard, Swiss tenor Urs Buhler, and Spanish baritone Carlos Marin tackle standards like "My Way" and "Unchained Melody" with an expert precision and pomp — the latter is sung in Italian — that aptly conveys their obvious talents. An achingly beautiful arrangement of "Gabriel's Oboe" — known here as "Nella Fantasia" — from Ennio Morricone's score for The Mission is sweeping and grand, but there is no denying the sheer Monkees/Menudo/American Idol consumerism of the whole venture — this is Idol "Grinch" Simon Cowell's baby. Il Divo may only last long enough to rid the world of a few billion dollars — probably on one tour alone — but there's no doubt that the hands that hold the strings above them are already in the war room planning their next kill.