Doble Opuesto

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Doble Opuesto
Studio album by La Ley
Released October 1991
Recorded January-August 1991
Estudios Horizonte
(Santiago, Chile)
Genre Rock/Pop
Length 43:44
Label Universal Music
Producer Jorge Melibosky
La Ley chronology
Doble Opuesto
La Ley
Singles from Doble Opuesto
  1. "Angie"
    Released: 1991
  2. "Doble Opuesto"
    Released: 1991
  3. "Prisioneros de la Piel"
    Released: 1992
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
3 stars.svg (?)[1]

Doble Opuesto was the first successful album of the Chilean rock/pop group La Ley (a failed first album, Desiertos, was released in 1990). The album was released in October 1991 under the production of Jorge Melibosky. Band members for this record were Andrés Bobe (guitars), Mauricio Clavería (drums), Alberto Cuevas (vocals) and Luciano Rojas (bass). Bobe provides the voice for the song "En Lugares".

The disc includes hits like "Doble Opuesto", "Desiertos", "Prisioneros de la Piel" and a cover of The Rolling Stones' #1 single "Angie".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Doble Opuesto" Bobe, Cuevas 4:27
2. "Placer" Bobe, Cuevas 4:25
3. "En Lugares" Bobe, Delgado 4:04
4. "Desiertos" Aboitiz, Bobe, Delgado 5:19
5. "Qué Va a Suceder" Aboitiz, Bobe, Delgado 4:22
6. "Prisioneros de la Piel" Aboitiz, Bobe, Cuevas 3:21
7. "A Veces" Arbulú, Bobe 4:41
8. "Angie" Jagger, Richards 4:32
9. "Sasha" Bobe, Cuevas, Rojas 3:48
10. "Sólo Ideales" Aboitiz, Bobe, Cuevas, Delgado, Rojas 4:57


  • Andrés Bobe – guitar, keyboards
  • Mauricio Clavería – drums
  • Alberto "Beto" Cuevasvocals
  • Luciano Rojas – bass
  • Jorge Melibosky – producer
  • Shia Arbulu – credits on track 7
  • Ivan Delgado – credits on Tracks 3,4,5,10
  • Rodrigo Aboitiz - credits on Tracks 4,5,6,10