A Quien Pueda Interesar

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A Quien Pueda Interesar
Studio album by Fiel a la Vega
Released 1998
Recorded Ochoa Studios, San Juan, PR
Genre Rock en Español
Length ??:??
Producer Fiel a la Vega
Fiel a la Vega chronology
El Concierto Acústico
A Quien Pueda Interesar
Singles from 'A Quien Pueda Interesar'
  1. "Bla, Bla, Bla"
    Released: May, 1998
  2. "Al Frente"
    Released: May, 1998
  3. "El Panal"
    Released: September, 1998
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A Quien Pueda Interesar is the second studio album released by Rock en Español band Fiel a la Vega. It was released independently in 1998.

The album features lead guitarist Ricky Laureano in a more prominent role with lead vocals in "Voces de Sol".

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Tito Auger, except where noted.

  1. "¿CVND?" (Auger, Ricky Laureano) – 7:00
  2. "El Panal" (Auger, Laureano) – 5:10
  3. "Voces de Sol" (Laureano) – 5:10
  4. "Boquerón/Cositas Así" (Boquerón: Laureano) – 10:43
  5. "Bla, Bla, Bla" – 3:45
  6. "Al Frente" – 5:06
  7. "Septiembre, Río Piedras" – 8:26
  8. "Granos de Sal" – 7:23
  9. "Todo Cambia y Todo Sigue Igual" – 7:56
  10. "Resurrección (Generación Subiendo)" (Auger, Laureano) – 7:10

Social Commentary[edit]

Several of the album's songs reference or comment on aspects of the band's experience and views.

  • "¿CVND?" is an abbreviation meaning "Se Vende" (For Sale) in the island. The song is a response to several political and ideological sectors of Puerto Rico that, after the band's success, tried to use their music to promote their agendas.[citation needed]
  • "Bla, Bla, Bla" is an attack to the hipocrysy of politicians nowadays. Near the end of the song, the band members satirize famous speeches by political figures like George Bush Sr.'s quote of "Read my lips, no new taxes" and Pedro Rosselló's catchphrase of "El pueblo hablo, y yo obedezco" (The people spoke, and I obey)[citation needed]
  • "Septiembre, Río Piedras" is derived from several political and ideological struggles that occurred in the University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras where civilians were the subject of abuse and attacks by the police.[citation needed]



  • Hilton Colón – Co-producer
  • Recorded at Ochoa Studios, San Juan, Puerto Rico from February 7 to March 14, 1998 by Hilton Colón.
  • Assisted by Gerardo López and Carlos Cruz
  • Mastered at Digital Recording Services, Levittown, Puerto Rico by Esteban Piñero.