- Performer:La Ley
- Title:Exitos 1994-2004
- Style:Latin Pop,Rock en Español,Alternative Latin
- Date of release:March 28, 2006
- Size FLAC version1330 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1156 megabytes
- Size WMA version1100 megabytes
- Formats:AA MIDI WAV RA ASF WMA
La Ley was the band's self-titled third album. It was produced by Alejandro Sanfuentes and released in 1993 by Universal. The album includes the number one hits "Tejedores de Ilusión" (which was used in a nationwide Pepsi campaign in Chile) and "Auto-Ruta (Feel the Skin)", whose music video was banned from some television shows such as Canal 13's Más Música because of explicit content.
Retour is the third compilation album of the Chilean group La Ley, which was launched in 2014 to mark the return of the group to the stage, having been nine years since their separation in 2005. This compilation album includes only songs from Warner Music. Historias e Histeria (2004).
Find sources: "Libertad" La Ley album – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (July 2007) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Libertad is La Ley's seventh studio album. It was inspired primarily by the September 11 attacks. The album contains the hits "Ámate y Sálvate", "Más allá" and "Mi Ley". 3 Sales and certifications. La Ley de La Ley (1994).
Orbital recorded live at Glastonbury. Tracks are taken from their festival appearances in 1994, 1995, 1999, 2002 and 2004. Matrix, Runout (CD1): 88088215922D1 'Sonopress Arvato Logo' + + GY83301. Matrix, Runout (CD2): 88088215922D2 'Sonopress Arvato Logo' + + GY82601.
Greatest Hits 1994–2004 (Terri Clark album). Greatest Hits 1994-2004 is the first greatest hits album by country music artist Terri Clark. It was released July 27, 2004 on Mercury Records. The album chronicles her highest-charting singles in the . starting with her 1995 debut "Better Things to Do" and going through "I Wanna Do it All", the last single from her previous album, 2003's Pain to Kill.
La Ley is the band's self-titled third album. It was produced by Alejandro Sanfuentes and released in February 1993 by Universal. Andrés Bobe – guitar. Mauricio Clavería – drums. Alberto "Beto" Cuevas – vocals. Luciano Rojas – bass.
Grandes Exitos features 16 tracks from La Ley's early years (1990-1994).
CreditsRodrigo Aboitiz - Composer
Andres Bobe - Composer
Mauricio Clavería - Composer
Alberto Cuevas - Composer
Humberto Gatica - Composer
La Ley - Primary Artist
Aldo Nova - Composer
|1||Mirate Alberto Cuevas||La Ley||4:03|
|2||Día Cero Rodrigo Aboitiz / Alberto Cuevas||La Ley||4:27|
|3||Doble Opuesto Andres Bobe / Alberto Cuevas||La Ley||4:03|
|4||Mentira Alberto Cuevas||La Ley||4:50|
|5||Aquí Alberto Cuevas / Aldo Nova||La Ley||4:47|
|6||Amate y Salvate Alberto Cuevas / Humberto Gatica||La Ley||4:25|
|7||Histeria Alberto Cuevas||La Ley||4:11|
|8||Fuera de Mí Alberto Cuevas||La Ley||4:44|
|9||Cielo Market Mauricio Clavería / Alberto Cuevas||La Ley||3:40|
|10||Intenta Amar Mauricio Clavería / Alberto Cuevas / Aldo Nova||La Ley||5:00|
|11||VI Rodrigo Aboitiz / Mauricio Clavería / Alberto Cuevas||La Ley||4:08|
|12||El Duelo Andres Bobe / Alberto Cuevas||La Ley||2:57|