MTV Unplugged: Comfort y Música Para Volar (Spanish for Comfort and music to fly) is a part-live, part-studio album recorded by Argentine rock band Soda Stereo. The first seven tracks were recorded live at MTV Studios in Miami, Florida for the show MTV Unplugged. The remaining four tracks were Sueño Stereo outtakes recorded in studio. The album was released by BMG Argentina in 1996. It was also the first Latin band to depart from the use of only acoustic instruments, using for most of the televised set conventional "plugged" instruments. Proof of this paradox is the fading "Un" part of the word unplugged depicted in the album cover.
October of this year saw the re-release of Comfort y Música Para Volar in both CD and DVD formats, featuring the complete MTV performance on audio and video respectively but without the Sueño Stereo outtakes included in the original release. The new tracks include the cover of Vox Dei's song Genesis, which aired on the MTV network but was not included on the first edition.