I'm so torn right now. The critic inside me is screaming, "What the hell, dude?! This is Enrique - how could you possibly find this good? He's the guy who sang Hero and that other song where he sounded like he was imitating a donkey on the chorus (EEEEE-EYYYYE)!"
And yet, in reality, the son of Julio has somehow written, or at least co-written, an album's worth of generally decent, completely listenable pop music. From opener Ring My Bells, a dark, minimalist sexy jam, to On Top Of You, another bedroom banger with some weirdly fitting siren samples, Iglesias croons intimately like he's trying to coo in your ear.
Most of Insomniac is concerned with getting laid. With the exception of Push, a bizarre and uneventful cameo from entirely respected Southern rapper Lil Wayne, there's nothing here but a catchy record that'll probably become this summer's soundtrack for throbbing libidos.