Miedo escénico

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Miedo Escenico
Studio album by Beto Cuevas
Released 23 September 2008
Recorded 2007—2008
Genre Pop/Rock, Alternative rock
Length 45:05
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Beto Cuevas, Steve Tushar, Aureo Baqueiro
Singles from Miedo Escenico
  1. "Vuelvo"
    Released: August 11, 2008
  2. "Háblame"
    Released: January 13, 2009
  3. "Un Minuto De Silencio"
    Released: December 2009
  4. "El Cínico"
    Released: February 2010

Miedo Escenico is the first solo studio album by the Chilean singer and ex-member of the Chilean rock band La Ley, Beto Cuevas. The album was released in Latin America on 23 September 2008, and in the United States on 30 September 2008 by Warner Brothers.


This is Beto Cuevas' first solo album, post-La Ley. La Ley was a successful, Grammy-winning Chilean/Latin American band that Cuevas fronted from 1988 until 2005. To promote the album, Cuevas, along with his band consisting of musicians Ben Edwards, Lawrence Kats (Mighty Mighty Bosstones), Steve Tushar (Fear Factory) and Brendan Buckley (Shakira),[1] initially toured several venues throughout the United States, followed by a small promotional tour in Argentina and Chile. The song "Vuelvo" was the first single to be launched from the record.

The album was produced by Steve Tushar and Aureo Baqueiro and Beto Cuevas. Beto was also involved in several other aspects of the production, including song-writing, designing of the album artwork and directing the music video for the song Vuelvo.[2]


Standard Edition
  1. "Miedo Escenico"
  2. "Vuelvo"
  3. "Un Minuto De Silencio"
  4. "Háblame"
  5. "Are You Sorry?"
  6. "El Cínico"
  7. "No Me Queda Nada de Dinero"
  8. "Algo"
  9. "Tú y Yo"
  10. "La Historia Que Nunca Vamos a Contar"
  11. "Mi Única Verdad"
  12. "Mañana"

Release history[edit]

Country Date
Chile 23 September 2008
United States 30 September 2008


Chart (2008) Country Peak
Provider Sales Certification
Chilean Albums Chart Chile 8 IFPI
Mexican Albums Chart Mexico 11 AMPROFON 30,000
Top Latin Albums United States 33 Billboard
Top Latin Pop Albums 10
Top Heatseekers 41
Top Heatseekers (Pacific) 4


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