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La Ley discography

La Ley discography
Studio albums 7
Live albums 1
Compilation albums 1
EPs 1
Singles 31

La Ley was a two-time Latin Grammy Award winning Chilean pop rock band formed in 1987 by lead singer Beto Cuevas. They released their debut album Desiertos in 1989, which was commercially unsuccessful. In 1990 released their official first studio album, Doble Opuesto featured a cover version of The Rolling Stones #1 hit single "Angie". In 1992 released La Ley, in 1995 released Invisible; Vértigo in 1998. In 2000 released Uno, which is considered to be their most successful album to date, and their last one Libertad. They also performed on MTV Unplugged, and released a greatest hits compilation, Historias e Histeria.

Studio albums

Live albums

Compilation albums

Extended plays


from Desiertos
  • Singles:
    • Desiertos
    • Que Va A Suceder
from Doble Opuesto
  • Singles:
    • Angie
    • Doble Opuesto
    • Prisioneros de la Piel
from La Ley
  • Singles:
    • Auto-Ruta (Feel the Skin)
    • Tejedores de Ilusión
from Invisible
  • Singles:
    • El Duelo
    • Día Cero
    • Cielo Market
    • Hombre
    • 1-800 Dual
from Vértigo
  • Singles:
    • Fotofobia
    • Vi
    • Tanta Ciudad
    • Sed
from Uno
  • Singles:
    • Aquí
    • Fuera de Mi
    • Eternidad
    • Verano Espacial
from La Ley MTV Unplugged
  • Singles:
    • Mentira
    • El Duelo (Feat. Ely Guerra)
    • Intenta Amar
    • Delirando
from Libertad
  • Singles:
    • Ámate y Sálvate
    • Más Allá
    • Mi Ley
from Historias e Histeria
  • Singles:
    • Mirate
    • Histeria
    • Bienvenido al Anochecer
from Crazy/Beautiful (Soundtrack)


External links

  • Official page
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