La Luz del Ritmo ("The Light of Rhythm") is the fifteenth albums by Ska Argentine band Los Fabulosos Cadillacs. After a 7 year long hiatus of the group in which some of the members of the band spent some time in their own projects, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs regrouped to launch a very anticipated disc which includes 5 new songs, 6 re-makes and 2 covers, all new versions.
The most important single was the new version of Padre Nuestro, with a very different Cumbia tone, and a video that set the theme for the new style and the new album.
The Allmusic review by Mariano Prunes awarded the album 3 stars stating "Their vastly improved musicianship is very much on display here, particularly in the new versions of very early songs such as "Basta de Llamarme Así" or "El Genio del Dub," but it's not enough to make up for the lack of inspiration in the new material and the covers. The new songs are all correct LFC tunes but, with the possible exception of Rotman's jaunty "El Fin del Amor," hardly memorable, and a bit too much on the auto celebratory side for a band usually concerned with more pressing matters. All in all, La Luz del Ritmo is a decent comeback card, but still remains the least essential of all the Los Fabulosos Cadillacs' releases.".