Disc:VG+/VG (disc has hairlines and other signs of use characteristic of African/South American vinyls, but the sound is not bad with only a light back noise, writing on label, please check audio sample)
Jacket:VG+ (some age-related scuffs and scratches, small corner cut on the upper left part of the sleeve, punch hole, no break, please check the photos, totally not a bad rating for a Latin sleeve)
Colombian singer Anne Zwing's 1991 album is known as a masterpiece of African-Colombian music Champeta. It's no wonder it's popular, with its timeless synth, beat that seem to mix well with highlife/house sound and cheerful rhythms. Recommend the highlight of the album, "Dañizele," which has a heavy beat with synth and accent of female vocal, "Sentimiento," a highlife tune with a cheerful rhythm, and "Guanasso," an Afro-like tune.
Disc has hairlines and other signs of use characteristic of African/South American vinyls, but the sound is not bad with only a light back noise.