Uno (La Ley album)

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Studio album by La Ley
Released February 22, 2000
Genre Rock, Pop
Length 48:32
Label WEA
Producer Julio Galman Vitale
La Ley chronology
La Ley MTV Unplugged
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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