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This in my opinion; and amaizing album full of expiramentation, a band really trying new things but not doing new things just for the sake of trying new things, they really put together an impressive collection and combination of electro sounds mixed with conventional rock sounds. the one stand out and the song which represents my interpretation best is "Guerrillero" a brave song full of lyrics that make you want to take arms and fight your local goverment for what is right LOL, the song explodes off the top with high energy acoustic guitar blended beautifuly with a charge of synth, the small acoustic solos with lightning rods in the background that only La Ley could pull off... the rest of the album carefully walks the line between electro pop and rock, it takes the best elements form both worlds and wraps it into one 12 track explosion, open your mind and you heart for this release dont judge it for what you can take out of it but for what it is and for the time of its release.

Truly their best

Was by far their best album. I have owned it since it came out and I still carry it in my cd case if I need to jam. Their electric/tech style on this album had potential. Ever since Vertigo came out vie been waiting for an album from them that would compare. Their most recent work is too mainstream and does not set itself apart from the rest like this album does.


Formed: 1987 in Chile

Genre: Rock y Alternativo

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

In 1987, ex-Aparato Raro member Rodrigo Aboitiz, ex-Paraíso Perdido member Andrés Bobe, and ex-Nadie member Shia Arbulu formed a techno-pop ensemble called La Ley. After issuing an EP, Aboitiz and Arbulu left the band to get involved in different projects, and Bobe teamed up with ex-Pancho Puelma drummer Mauricio Clavería, ex-Paraíso Perdido member Luciano Rojas, and newcomer Beto Cuevas (born Luis Alberto Cuevas Olmedo). After releasing the hit single "Desiertos," the Chilean pop/rock ensemble...
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