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Amar Es Combatir


Download links and information about Amar Es Combatir by Maná / Mana. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Alternative Rock, Latin genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:05:18 minutes.

Artist: Maná / Mana
Release date: 2006
Genre: Alternative Rock, Latin
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:05:18
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No. Title Length
1. Manda una Señal 4:41
2. Labios Compartidos 5:17
3. Ojalá Pudiera Borrarte 4:56
4. Arráncame el Corazón 4:44
5. Tengo Muchas Alas 4:32
6. Dime Luna 4:49
7. Bendita Tu Luz 4:24
8. Tu Me Salvaste 4:19
9. Combatiente 4:36
10. El Viaje (Dub) 4:16
11. El Rey Tiburón 4:53
12. Somos Mar y Arena 4:41
13. Relax 4:17
14. Ángel de Amor (Dance Remix) 4:53



Arriving a long four years after Revolución de Amor (2002), which had been the band's most accomplished album to date, and a Grammy winner to boot, Amar Es Combatir confirmed Maná's continuing designation as the world's standard-bearing Spanish-language mainstream rock band. Amar Es Combatir's lead single, "Labios Compartidos," was an overnight chart-topper, and the album itself debuted at number four on Billboard's overall album chart, the highest debut ever for a Spanish-language release by a band or group. And make no mistake, such success was warranted, as Amar Es Combatir is not so much a stride forward creatively as it is a consolidation of everything that had earned Maná such a devoted international fan base in the first place. For better, and perhaps for worse, there are no surprises on Amar Es Combatir: the band delivers yet another slick set of soaring rockers (of which "Arráncane el Corazón" and "Tú Me Salvaste" are the highlights) interspersed with laid-back pleas of passion ("Ojala Pudiera Borrarte," "Bendita Tu Luz") and, of course, the obligatory heart-clutching power ballad or two à la "Vivir sin Aire," the band's timeless breakthrough hit from 1994 ("Labios Compartidos," "Tengo Muchas Alas"). The band's critics, who are legion, offered the same age-old complaints upon the album's release: the band repackages the same product each go round, the songs are awfully sappy for such a gruff-looking bunch of guys, and yes, the music isn't authentic — that is, it's not Latin enough. Regardless of whether you adore or hate Maná, there's no denying the appeal of Amar Es Combatir. This is a meticulous, impassioned, and all-around well-crafted album of what fans had come to expect from Maná, and if it lacks some of the courage of Revolución de Amor, Amar Es Combatir is nonetheless a standout rock en español effort circa 2006 and another laudable effort by the ever-reliable band.