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Alex Cuba

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Alex Cuba

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Label: Caracol Records
He's got 'burns to shame Lenny Kravitz -- and a jones for the '70s to match -- but Alex Cuba is no leering Lothario. He's a love-struck singer-songwriter, penning songs that are as emotionally exposed as they are melodically comforting. (The album practically demands cathartic sing-alongs at the top of your voice.) Only one track, "If You Give Me Love," sounds like a reject from his alternate job penning tracks for pop stars. One curiosity: "Amar" kicks off with the chord progression from the Spin Doctors' "Two Princes" and closes with the jangle from Sixpence None The Richer's "Kiss Me."

About This Album

He's got 'burns to shame Lenny Kravitz -- and a jones for the '70s to match -- but Alex Cuba is no leering Lothario. He's a love-struck singer-songwriter, penning songs that are as emotionally exposed as they are melodically comforting. (The album practically demands cathartic sing-alongs at the top of your voice.) Only one track, "If You Give Me Love," sounds like a reject from his alternate job penning tracks for pop stars. One curiosity: "Amar" kicks off with the chord progression from the Spin Doctors' "Two Princes" and closes with the jangle from Sixpence None The Richer's "Kiss Me."

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About This Album

He's got 'burns to shame Lenny Kravitz -- and a jones for the '70s to match -- but Alex Cuba is no leering Lothario. He's a love-struck singer-songwriter, penning songs that are as emotionally exposed as they are melodically comforting. (The album practically demands cathartic sing-alongs at the top of your voice.) Only one track, "If You Give Me Love," sounds like a reject from his alternate job penning tracks for pop stars. One curiosity: "Amar" kicks off with the chord progression from the Spin Doctors' "Two Princes" and closes with the jangle from Sixpence None The Richer's "Kiss Me."