- Released: March 23, 2004
- Originally Released: 2004
- Label: Sony U.S. Latin
- 2.Creo en Mi
- 4.Hoy Me Voy a Querer
- 5.Tengo Derecho a Estar Mal
- 7.Un Juego Mas
- 8.Tu Corazon
- 9.Tu Eres Mi Luz
- 11.Lipstick - (En Ingles)
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Personnel: Alejandra Guzman (vocals); Corky James, Dan Warner (guitar); Doug Emery (keyboards); Jules Gardner (bass); Lee Levin (drums); Jodi Marr, Robert Avellanet (background vocals).
Producers: Desmond Child, Jules Gondar, Will Edwards.
Personnel: Corky James, Dan Warner (guitar); Jules Gondar, Jorge Casas, Lance Morrison (bajo sexto); Doug Emery (keyboards).
Recording information: Sprockets Music; Studio 1990; The Gentleman's Club, Miami Beach, FL; The Hit Factory Criteria, Miami, FL; The Operating Room; Woodland Ranch Studios, Woodland Hills, CA.
Photographer: Mariana Yazbek.
On Alejandra Guzman's 2004 release, LIPSTICK, the gritty Mexican rocker teams up once again with producer Desmond Child. Much of Guzman's allure stems from her sensual voice and her openly sexual lyrics. The title track, a single that is sung both in Spanish and English, features a droning melody, a hard-hitting drum pattern, and the story of a sex-crazed woman. "Hoy Me Voy a Querer," another single, is a reinterpretation of Bif Naked's "I Love Myself Today." On this piece, Guzman's primal screams steal the thunder from the raucous, heavily distorted guitars. "Supersexitada" continues in a similar hard-rock vein. However, this tune also features a surprisingly subtle and stripped-down verse section. Guzman is a decadent rock & roll artist, offering up musical erotica at its best.