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Mexico's platinum-selling rock legends cap their international success with a three-disc collection, each sold separately. Sol features the band's hardest-rocking pop hits, while Luna is strictly ballads territory. Eclipse splits the difference with a mix of Maná's biggest songs. Each disc is 14 classic songs, with Sol including a brand-new track.
All Music Guide - Ivan Adaime
Eclipse is a pretty good collection, featuring most of the highlights from Maná's career. It spans ten years of work, from 1992's Falta Amor through 2002's Revolución de Amor, and includes hits like "Vivir Sin Aire," "No Ha Parado de Llover," "Rayando el Sol," "Hechicera," ...
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Editorial Reviews

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Mexico's platinum-selling rock legends cap their international success with a three-disc collection, each sold separately. Sol features the band's hardest-rocking pop hits, while Luna is strictly ballads territory. Eclipse splits the difference with a mix of Maná's biggest songs. Each disc is 14 classic songs, with Sol including a brand-new track.
All Music Guide - Ivan Adaime
Eclipse is a pretty good collection, featuring most of the highlights from Maná's career. It spans ten years of work, from 1992's Falta Amor through 2002's Revolución de Amor, and includes hits like "Vivir Sin Aire," "No Ha Parado de Llover," "Rayando el Sol," "Hechicera," and "En el Muelle de San Blas." Of course, there are some songs missing, like the Santana collaboration "Corazón Espinado," "Déjame Entrar," and the unplugged version of Juan Gabriel's classic "Se Me Olvidó Otra Vez." Regardless, this is a good sampler of Maná's more popular and solid work, and a good place to start if you are a neophyte to the band. If you like the band's calmer and more romantic side, then you should choose the Luna compilation, and if you prefer the more danceable and uptempo tunes, then you should start with Sol. Eclipse is intended to include the best of both worlds.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/18/2003
  • Label: Warner Music Latina
  • UPC: 825646104628
  • Catalog Number: 61046
  • Sales rank: 61,800

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Maná Primary Artist
Alex González Group Member
Sergio Vallin Group Member
Juan Calleros Group Member
Fher Olvera Group Member
Technical Credits
Brian Gardner Mastering, Remastering
Benny Faccone Remastering, Engineering
Alex González Composer
Fher Olvera Composer, Concept
Arturo Aguirre Graphic Design
Fher Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not intended for hardcore fans

    I love Mana's work and think that they are the U2 of Cental America. However, I think all three albums of this collection are intended for newer fans and even to them the band failed to deliver their best work. I could just see some conservative suit with great dental insurance(CEO) picking these songs out because the true mana's best are their politically incorrect stand against the struggles of a 3rd world country manifested in the same fashion as Springsteen or U2 with a couple of shots of tequilla in them. "La Neta"

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