Las Cosas que He Visto (1989)
This album is something of a transition between her teen pop days and her more adult period, as the songs have a rather more mature (and not quite so immediately catchy) sound, and the title track champions the social cause of the poor and homeless.
Label / Cat #: EMI, SLEMNE-1591
Availability: Out of print, but carried by Tecate & Summer's Discotienda.
Review: Las Cosas Que He Oído (Epinions, dtobias)
Lyrics to the title song (on a page with other lyrics of the same songwriter)
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