Friday, February 25, 2011

The Mexican group Maná revving up to launch his new album

Mexico City, Feb 25 (dpa) - The new single from the Mexican group Maná, "Rain Heart," will begin to be heard March 14 in radius, on the eve of the release of "Drama and Light", the first album the band after an absence of five years. Mana has been warming up. Last week he reappeared on stage in Miami in the ceremony Premios Lo Nuestro Latin music, where the band received the award for excellence from the hands of Juan Luis Guerra.

The first single from the album will be digital sales a day after its launch, today reported record company Warner Music. "Drama and Light" with new songs, marks the return of Mana after "Amar es combatir" (2006). It was filmed in a studio in Los Angeles, Miami, Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta.

His last album sold over 1.5 million copies. Then, Mana, one of the most important bands in music in Spanish, made a two-year tour and took a sabbatical. The Mexicans have taken out 17 albums from the first, "Manna", dating from 1987. After "Amar es combatir" out "Burn the sky" in 2008, but in this case it was a CD / DVD of live performances and not an album of new songs.

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