Invisible is La Ley 's fourth album. It is often considered their best record [ citation needed ] , and is their second best selling album. The album begins the dark era of La Ley. In , Bobe died in a motorcycle accident, an event that brought the group to a major crossroad. It was Beto Cuevas who ultimately became most prominent in the group as it weathered the disaster. He assumed the dual function of bandleader and spokesperson, steering the band through the catastrophe. Bobe continued to influence the band even after his death. Beto Cuevas says that Bobe came to him in a dream and when Cuevas asked how he could complete the currently unfinished album if Bobe was dead, Andres responded, "You can see me, but to the rest of the world I am just invisible.
On Monday, April 17, , Canal de las Estrellas started broadcasting Duelo de Pasiones weekdays at pm, replacing Barrera de amor. The last episode was broadcast on Friday, October 27, with Amar Sin Limites replacing it the following day. Upon reading it he thinks his wife is in love with the farmhand and was planning to run away. Consumed by jealousy and hatred toward his wife and her affair, he shuns her and their daughter, Alina, and exiles his wife to another, Sierra Escondida, where she continues to suffer his abuse and humiliation.
The album MTV Unplugged contains the recordings of the live concert and is to this date the band's best selling album. After the album's success, La Ley was finally able to internationalize themselves [ citation needed ] and they make their way to foreign countries such as the United States. The album contains older songs from previous albums plus three new songs.
It was released on April 16, by Fonovisa Records. The songs are mostly inspired by disappointment in love. The album received positive reviews, commending Duelo's ability to sing about romantic love, instead of entering the fashion of contemporary groups that perform narcocorridos. The first two singles from the album, "Soy como no soy" and "Te odio y te amo", were both hits reaching the top forty in the Regional Mexican Airplay chart. On their radio station the band responded to text messages from their fans and included music from their albums. This track listing adapted from Allmusic and liner notes. Source: . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. May 27,