I've had this album since February as part of a pre-release, and I was told that 2 of the tracks may change. Surprisingly, they kept all of the pre-release tracks intact, without any additions or subtractions to it.
The first thing people may notice is the inclusion of more English-language songs. Honestly, I think it tends to take away more from the album than adding to it, especially when there are grammatical errors, like in "Words" when Bebel sings, "I need some words just to explain my pain and describe my misbehave".
The album opens with the title track, "Momento", which is a nice little relaxing diddy without too much fuss, much like much of her beach-lounge music. "Bring Back the Love" is a more upbeat-dance tune with just a bit of electronica thrown in. I found that the repetition of the words "bringing back the love" and the vocals do not match the background beat/music. "Close To You" is a nice romantic song, and probably my favorite of the English-spoken songs (with Portuguese thrown in) on the album. It's got a nice low-key intstrumental background. In "Os Novos Yorkinos", Bebel sings with Sabina Sciubba (who doesn't sing, and speaks 2 lines in the whole track) of Brazilian Girls (a group with none of the members from Brasil) is a light, fun, acoustic song without too much substance, but is pleasant to listen to.
"Azul" is one of my favorite tracks, which the instrumentals highlight Bebel's voice very well, and is another slower romantic song with some acoustics in the mix. "Cacada" is an upbeat samba-ish song with drums in the middle part of the song, it makes for good listening. "Night and Day" is my other favorite English song (entirely in English), is a very lazy love song with mainly an acoustic guitar serving as the instrumental. It complements a rainy day very well. "Tranquilo" has a very Mexican cha-cha sound to it, which sounds out of place at first. The song is so-so without any substance at all.
"Um Segundo" is another song that doesn't really fit into any category with mainly an acoustic guitar and some light drumming to ompliment more upbeat vocals. "Cade Voce" is my favorite song on the whole album, with the intro being an acoustic strumming which then stems into lush instrumentation and more lush vocals. The enunciation of Bebel's lyrics stand out in a very good way. It has a very relaxed feel to it, with background singers oohing and aahing along with 2 accompanying violins/violas towards the end. "Words" is an so-so song which is entirely sung mostly in English. It sounds more like filler, like some of the other songs on this album with minimal background music and not much in the way of vocals.
Overall, this album was slightly disappointing. I think her trying to be more mainstream in the States is taking away from the overall polish of the album, and too many of the songs sound like filler, and it wouldn't be a stretch to say they sound pretty similar. The songs I did like though, I liked a lot with the varying types of instrumentation.
Recommended tracks: "Cade Voce", "Azul", "Close To You"