I first heard Susana Estrada on a Spanish Bizarro compilation, and I had a time getting ahold of this record--after coming up short everywhere, Maria finally tracked it down for me through mysterious channels, and it was worth the hunt. Perfectly unabashed Spanish disco-funk with lots of wonderful vocal layering, judicious usage of the now-ubiquitous "Christmas Rappin'"/"Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll" bass line, and enough hand clap samples to make Patrice Rushen proud. From the very limited information available about her (i.e. Google translate and what I can only assume is a photo of Estrada having sex with a robot), Estrada was a big proponent of sexual freedom, and as such, Amor y Libertad is full of drawn out moaning intervals and very "progressive" lyrics. "¡Gózame Ya!" is a favorite for its warped, weird synth lines, but there's not a weak moment to be found anywhere. Perfect 4th of July soundtrack! Apologies for the poor sound quality, but until somebody reissues this thing (ahem), it'll have to do.