Vasos Vacíos

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Vasos Vacíos
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Compilation album by Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
Released February 15, 1993
Genre Rock en español, Ska, Latin, Reggae, Dub
Length 1:02:42 (1 hr 2 min 42 sec)
Label Sony Music, Columbia
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs chronology
El León
(1992)El León1992
Vasos Vacíos
En Vivo en Buenos Aires
(1994)En Vivo en Buenos Aires1994

Vasos Vacíos (Spanish for "Empty Glasses") is the 8th album by Argentine rock, ska, and reggae band Los Fabulosos Cadillacs. This album, released in 1993, was a compilation album which included tracks from the band's previous seven albums (1986–1992). This album also contained new arrangements of previous songs, and new songs such as "El Matador".

This album earned a Gold Album from Argentine Chamber of Phonograms and Videograms Producers (Spanish: Cámara Argentina de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas, CAPIF). The Gold Album honor is given when an album sells more than 30,000 units. The band later appeared on the first Latin MTV Unplugged.


The Allmusic review by Victor W. Valdivia awarded the album 4.5 stars out of 5, stating:

"One of the new tracks, 'El Matador' became an instant smash hit on the newly launched MTV Latino, and deservedly so as the song comes on like a thundering locomotive. The other new track, 'V Centenario' is an assault on colonialism that's almost as forceful. Similarly, the re-recorded earlier hits, such as 'El Satanico Dr. Cadillac' and 'Gitana' are delivered with far more energy and muscle than the original versions. Clearly, by this time, the band had become a more confident and cohesive unit. Vasos Vacios is an excellent introduction to the band's unique style."[1]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Originally released on Length
1. "Cadillacs" (re-recording) Vicentico, Aníbal Rigozzi, Flavio Cianciarulo Yo te avisé (1987) 1:34
2. "Matador" Cianciarulo previously unreleased 4:35
3. "Te tiraré del altar" (re-recording) Vicentico, Luciano Giugno El ritmo mundial (1988) 3:07
4. "V Centenario" Cianciarulo previously unreleased 3:54
5. "Mi novia se cayó en un pozo ciego" (re-recording) Vicentico, Fernando Ricciardi, Cianciarulo, Giugno Yo te avisé (1987) 2:39
6. "El satánico Dr. Cadillac" (re-recording) Vicentico El satánico Dr. Cadillac (1989) 4:16
7. "Gitana" (re-recording) Cianciarulo El león (1992) 3:13
8. "Siguiendo la luna" Sergio Rotman El león (1992) 4:59
9. "Manuel Santillán, el León" Cianciarulo El león (1992) 3:57
10. "Demasiada presión" Vicentico Volumen 5 (1990) 4:12
11. "Vasos vacíos" (featuring Celia Cruz) Vicentico El ritmo mundial (1988) 4:37
12. "Revolution rock" Jackie Edwards, Danny Ray El ritmo mundial (1988) 4:59
13. "Yo no me sentaría en tu mesa" Vicentico, Ignacio Pardo, Rotman Yo te avisé (1987) 2:58
14. "Yo te avisé" Vicentico Yo te avisé (1987) 3:09
15. "El genio del dub" Vicentico, Ricciardi, Cianciarulo Yo te avisé (1987) 5:24
16. "Silencio hospital" (re-recording) Vicentico, Mario Siperman Bares y fondas (1986) 2:07
17. "Basta de llamarme así" Vicentico Bares y fondas (1986) 4:16


External links[edit]


  1. ^ Valdivia, V. Allmusic Review accessed January 22, 2011
  2. ^ Allmusic review