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Doble Opuesto
La Ley
Doble Opuesto
Genres: World Music, Pop, Rock, Latin Music
 
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All Artists: La Ley
Title: Doble Opuesto
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Polygram Records
Release Date: 9/7/1993
Genres: World Music, Pop, Rock, Latin Music
Styles: South & Central America, Chile, Latin Pop, Latin Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 077774272544, 731451065743, 731451065729
 

CD Reviews

El Verdugo de arriba
CAS | 10/31/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"AL barabaro de arriba Doble Opuesto no es el primer album de La Ley. El primer Album se llama La Ley y tiene canciones como decadencia, proyecto de ser y Plegarias lo unico malo que al ser el primer album no se hicieron muchas copias asi que Ya es dificil de encontrar."
Lo mejor de La Ley
jorge@hotmail.com | Santiago, chile | 07/25/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Siendo este el primer album de la Ley, encuentro que es el mejor de todos los trabajos que han realizado, el sonido que logran con la guitarra mas la bateria es fantastico..Desiertos es sin duda la mejor cancion del disco"
Spectacular beggining to a spectacular career.
lamaquinaalbiceleste | miami, florida United States | 04/25/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"To clarify what has been previously misled in other reviews. La Ley's first album is called "Desiertos" and it cant be found anywhere,if you are lucky enough to have it treasure it because there are many of us looking for it. Beto's first composition "Espina Feroz" is on that album. Also, "Doble Opuesto" came before "La Ley", unlike other reviews claim. This album is a classic, 13 years since it has been released and the only thing it lacked for it to be a giant was its publicity and airtime. La Ley delivers a great introductory attempt that will set the mark for an incredible evolvement in spanish rock. "Prisioneros De La Piel" is a great song that describes the aging of a Father from a son's perspective, and how he is ready to meet his death. The best song "Solo Ideales" is La Ley's greatest song ever, as it shares the thoughts of many of us to change the world, and make it a better place, but describes just that, thoughtless actions. "Angie" is a remake cover of the Rolling Stones that with time I grew to admire more than then original. Songs like "A Veces", "Doble Opuesto" and "Desiertos", let you glide through the album enjoying different aspects of Bobe's great guitar playing, while also enjoying the bands dedicated and above averaged singer Beto Cuevas. A must have album for any latin rock lover. Too bad for its small success at the time of release, because this album would of given prodigal Soda Stereo some airplay and market competition."