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El Sexto Sentido (Re+loaded)

6 Jun. 2006 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 2 May 2006
  • Release Date: 6 Jun. 2006
  • Label: Capitol Latin
  • Copyright: (C) 2006 EMI Televisa Music
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  • Total Length: 15:51
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  • ASIN: B001IX2Z7O
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 206,864 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alex on 23 Mar. 2014
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This is a new version of Thalia's album "El sexto sentido". It includes some extra songs, as "No, no, no", a duo with Romeo Santos (from Aventura). It also includes “Cantando por un sueño”, song from the TV Show with the same name. For me, a good album.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By bill greek on 4 May 2014
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great job,nice pop mixd with latin flavour. this edition has the duet with romeo santos/aventura a beautiful bachata .love it as the ballads wth thalia great voice!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Edgar Perez Ramirez on 22 Jun. 2006
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Buy this Album it's Great!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Stick To the Original Version With the DVD... 12 Aug. 2006
By Rudy Palma - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The day this rerelease dropped I was in the store. Being a reasonably large fan of Thalia's music and especially since I had had a love affair with the original version of this album last summer, I decided to pick it up. I wanted to try to recapture some of the magic and was interested in the new material added to the album.

Needless to say, I was not impressed. There was no reason to cut the three English songs which made the original album more complete (though were inferior to the Spanish versions), and her Selena cover of "Amor Prohibido." Also, "Cantando Por Un Sueno (Singing For a Dream)" and "La Super Chica (The Super Girl)" are nothing special and sound like they would have been better as B-sides. "No No No," while a nice little duet, should have been saved for her next Spanish album. I like the song, but it wasn't worth the price of a whole album. Neither was the HQ2 remix of "Alma Sentenciada," which is a good club mix but not outstanding. Since so many remixes of the song exist, why not put out a CD single of them or at least add a bunch of them to this CD to round it out?

Overall, I recommend buying the original release, either with the DVD or on DualDisc. Here is my review of that version which I wrote a year ago:

In 2003, Latin recording artist and actress Thalia made an unsuccessful bid for mainstream success with her debut English album, which spawned the forgettable hit "I Want You," featuring Fat Joe, that breezed its way in and out of Billboard's Top 20. The worst album released in 2003, it was a complete and utter generic pop product with insipid lyrics, light r&b beats and guest rappers a la J. Lo; an embarrassing sellout and conformity.

However, the slate has been wiped clean with her latest release, "El Sexto Sentido (The Sixth Sense)." A solid collection of irresistible melodies and powerful vocal performances, Thalia reminds listeners what made them like her so much in the first place.

The disc kicks off with the flamenco-flavored lead single "Amar Sin Ser Amada (To Love Without Being Loved)," which the singer calls "a hymn for all women who have suffered from deception and broken hearts." Riding along on an aggressive electric guitar groove, she sings the song with conviction and passion.

Meanwhile, "Seduccion (Seduction)," a fast-paced vocal performance swimming in Eurodance beats, is destined to call clubbers to many a dancefloor. Likewise, "24000 Besos (24000 Kisses)" is a feelgood affair with a rousing chorus and sing-a-long lyrics.

"Olvidame (Forget Me)" and "No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti (I Cannot Live Without You)," however, add unexpected dimension to the album. Passionate, over-the-top ballads full of passion and longing, these recordings hearken back to the tour-de-force that was her 1997 album "Amor a La Mexicana." With sparse yet sparkling production, these songs are allowed to breathe, yet are still buoyed perfectly so as to help Thalia sound her absolute best.

Furthermore, "Un Sueno Para Dos (A Dream For Two)" and "Sabe Bien (Tastes Good)," really turn up the heat. Steamy tracks that are deliciously produced with sex-kitten vocals, listening to these songs on repeat may well necessitate the listener to take a cold shower.

Elsewhere, the Latina diva delivers another pair of self-help anthems with "No Voy a Quebrar (I Am Not Going To Break)" and "Empezar De `0' (To Start at Zero)," the latter of which sports helter-skelter Middle Eastern-flavored production and was written by Thalia herself. She closes the Spanish portion of the disc covering the late Selena's "Amor Prohibido (Forbidden Love)." Singing with great zest, her performance takes the classic in a new direction while remaining a fine tribute to Selena.

The sole problem of "El Sexto Sentido," however, lies in the 3 English translations that close the disc. Although "A Dream For Two" is a decent translation, "Seduction" and "You Know He Never Loved You" are a complete waste of disc space, especially the latter, which Thalia wrote in 30 minutes on the back of a popcorn bag - and sounds like it. Still, they are better than anything on her full-length English record.

Despite that defect, "El Sexto Sentido" is on the overall a fine album that lives up to the best moments of Thalia's track record and will doubtless please dedicated fans and casual listeners alike.

A limited edition is available with a bonus DVD containing 2 performances, a short documentary and an alternate take on the "Amar Sin Ser Amada" video.
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hey? 27 April 2007
By man - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I wonder why amazon did not publish the first review I've had with this album. Anyway, perhaps I was too harsh on her. Again, as I said before, the songs are good, but they are not for Thalia. Thalia sings great when she sings low because she can make her voice stronger and fuller, as in her previous albums like "Amor a la Mexicana," and "Arrasando." She is a mezzo soprano, she's no Maria Carey so it seems that she is forcing herself when she sings high notes (Olvidame, Amar sin ser Amada), which as a previous reviewer mentioned, can be quite annoying. Besides, this and the previous album "Thalia" (spanish one, not the crossover), marked her transition from latin pop-infected grooves to more universal American pop-rock music, which in my opinion, does not truly reflect her abilities as a singer and an entertainer. I've always considered her as an ambassador of latin american (mexican) language and culture to countries located as far as in the Middle East and Southeast Asia, so it's regretful that she would shift her music towards generic pop-rock.
By Steve Wasilauski - Published on
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This is a very hard to find music cd. I've searched in all the malls and individual stores. The only place I found this cd. Is at Thalia has picked up the pace in singing her music, and the music it self is a little faster. My favorite song is "Seduccion". this song to me is a cross between dance,pop rock,and retro.The song "Un Alma Sentenciada" has two different versions. The second version is something you might hear in a night club. The first song on the cd has a rock-in-roll type beat. The song "No.No.No" is a calm song to listen to. Thalia has done an excellent job in mixing music from dance to rock to retro to easy listening. Inside the sleeve is also a beautiful fold out picture of Thalia. Don't do like what I did, look in all the malls and stores. Just stay home and order from Let your music be delivered to your home.
Excelent 30 Jan. 2013
By Marcelo Augusto De Carvalho - Published on
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Thalia is so amazing.
The greatest singer of Latin America.
every album is incredible and your voice change our hearts
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
RE+LOADED -- Great Album Ever!! 12 Jun. 2006
By sKips - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I Already Enjoyed the original Release of "EL SEXTO SENTIDO" But this 4 Additional Songs Just Make The RE+LOADED So much Better!!
In The Song "Cantando Por Un Sueno" Thalia's Show Her Real Talent, And The Way She Do High Notes Is Incledible....
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