Finally, after four years (since his 1998 work "Cosas del Amor"), Enrique Iglesias is back with "Quizás", a all-Spanish album, and it was worth the wait. "Quizás" is a great album that has a variety of songs on them; from the ballads that he is known for (Tres Palabras, Para Qué La Vida, Mentiroso, etc.) to more Latin pop based (La Chica de Ayer, Mamacita), "Quizás" has a variety of good songs. Also included in the CD is a song that seems to blend smoothly from a ballad to a Latin pop back to a ballad, "Pienso En Tí", which is a great song. The first single, "Mentiroso" is also offered in a Marachi version, as is "No Apagues La Luz", which is from his 2001 English album, "Escape". Also included in this Bonus Edition is a DVD which gives us a good, but a bit too quick, biography of Enrique, and four music videos (one from each of his first three Spanish albums, and his hit Bailamos). Not bad, considering at most places, the two discs are sold for less than "$" together. Even if Enrique can't keep his English career going, his Spanish one looks bright as ever.