Pepe Aguilar proves once again why he is regional Mexican music's reigning Casanova on this short but sweet-talking collection. Alternating between horn-drenched mariachi and R&B-hued, pop-leaning cuts, Aguilar brings the attitude and, especially, the vocals to match each style, perfectly tailoring his emotive baritone to match. (Seriously, who is that soulful fellow huskily crooning over strummy acoustic guitars on "Le Pido A Dios"?) It's a smooth, slow dance of an album that's a bit predictable but still passionately pleasant. They don't call his style "lover's mariachi" for nothing.