Renacer EP" is a great 5 song collection that stands strong on it's own merit. Dulces Pesadillas's singer Oscar Gell sings about a love that has found love elsewhere in track 1, "No me digas que no." This track begins quietly and quickly lifts up with momentum. Track 2 is the pop rock bilingual song "Solo tu." It has an infectious and melodious bridge with lyrics full of poetic metaphors in both English and Spanish. During the intro, drummer Victor Rodriguez shows us why he was given the nickname: "Mr. Heavy Hands." Track 3 is the wonderful wedding vows theme song, "Renacer." With lyrics that can melt a girl's heart, this song has circular rhythms and uplifting vocals that are nicely put together as Nicola Lozano shows some of his Edgerian influences in a U2 like intro to the song. Track 4 gives us the longest title in the record, 'Eres la cancion (que suena eternamente.)" It deals with a long distance love and the assurance that real love can withstand the distance. It begins mellow and sad. It's beauty overrides it's sentiment and ends powerfully. In the last track 'Un dia mas', Gell sings about a relationship that's about to go sour and wishes it could get "Un dia mas" - (one more day). The song builds on the swelling momentum of great classic rock with a surprising ending that goes from Alfredo Rodriguez's bass and Gell's vocals, into a thunderous almost-vintage-Radiohead-like guitars. "Renacer EP" is highly recommended for anyone that likes rock en español without the influences of latin rhythms. Dulces Pesadillas is certainly a breath of fresh air. These guys are here to rock hard. These guys are here to stay.