Sola, Olga Tañón's solo debut album, released by WEA Latina in 1992, exhibits none of the pop-crossover tendencies of her later work, emphasizing her merengue roots in explicit fashion. Granted, Sola doesn't include any major hits and indeed pales in comparison to what would follow in the years to come: namely, Mujer de Fuego (1993), Siente el Amor... (1994), and Llévame Contigo (1997) -- all great albums that likewise emphasize merengue and predate her descent into Latin pop, beginning with Te Acordarás de Mí (1998). Still, Sola isn't a bad album. In fact, relative to other merengue albums of its time, it's quite good. However, it seems tepid relative to the heights Tañón would soon reach. One song worth nothing is "Me Cambio por Ella," a great song written by Raldy Vázquez, who would pen several hits for Tañón on subsequent albums.