Uno (La Ley album)

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Uno
Studio album by La Ley
Released February 22, 2000
Genre Rock, Pop
Length 48:32
Label WEA
Producer Julio Galman Vitale
La Ley chronology
Vértigo
(1998)
Uno
(2000)
La Ley MTV Unplugged
(2001)
Singles from Uno
  1. "Aquí"
  2. "Fuera de Mí"
  3. "Eternidad"
  4. "Verano Espacial"
  5. "Amor y Fe"

The album Uno from La Ley, released in 2000, shows their maturation as a band and as a group. The band left out the dark style from Vértigo and Invisible. The band also became a trio after the departure of Rodrigo Aboitiz and Luciano Rojas. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album[1] and reached #41[2] on the Billboard Top Latin Albums.

The album contains hits such as "Aqui", "Verano Espacial", and "Paraiso."

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Eternidad" (Cuevas, Frugone) - 4:09
  2. "Tierra" (Cuevas, Frugone, Clavería) - 4:16
  3. "Aquí" (Cuevas, Nova) - 4:45
  4. "Fuera de Mí" (Cuevas, Nova) - 4:42
  5. "Delirando" (Cuevas, Claveria, Frugone, Nova) - 3:45
  6. "Amor y Fe" (Bobe, Cuevas) - 4:33
  7. "Paraíso" (Cuevas) - 3:46
  8. "Ritual" (Cuevas, Frugone, Clavería) - 4:04
  9. "Verano Espacial" (Cuevas) - 3:52
  10. "Al Final" (Cuevas, Claveria, Frugone, Nova) - 5:09

Hidden track[edit]

The album contains ten songs that are credited, but after the song "Al Final" there is a three-minute pause, until around 7:35 in the track time, a new song called "Once in a Lifetime (Garden)" begins to play. The song is in English, and is considered a hidden track since it practically shares the time with the song "Al Final" and which credits do not appear in the album.

Album certification[edit]

Region Certification Sales/shipments
United States (RIAA)[3] 2xPlatinum (Latin) 0^

^shipments figures based on certification alone

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