Mexican arena rockers Jaguares make no bones about what they are—arena rockers and purveyors of big, anthemic tunes with lots of crunching guitars over lyrical melodies.

Mexican arena rockers Jaguares make no bones about what they are—arena rockers and purveyors of big, anthemic tunes with lots of crunching guitars over lyrical melodies. Singer Saúl Hernández's raspy voice caps off a mood that's commercially appealing but intimate. If this is the sound you embrace, Cuando la Sangre Galopa will thrill you, especially on such songs as "Como Tú" (with its Santana-like vamp) and the melancholic "Estoy Cansado." And although there's nothing sonically distinctive about this set, the package of good melodies and ensemble work make it a consistently good listen.—LC