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MAW102 | 2006-08-29  
Latin rock singer/songwriter Beto Cuevas (born Luis Alberto Cuevas Olmedo) was born in Chile but was raised in Venezuela and Canada. After returning to his native country, Beto Cuevas joined local band La Ley, making his singing debut while recording the group's first single, called "Desiertos." . After releasing the hit single "Desiertos," the Chilean pop/rock ensemble emerged with their first full-length record, Doble Opuesto, featuring a cover of the Rolling Stones' "Angie." La Ley soon achieved a local rock sensation status., releasing Invisible in 1995 and three years later.

The Grammy-winning MTV Unplugged, the follow-up to the Latin alternative pop/rock Uno, became their first top-selling album throughout Latin America. Based on this success, both WEA and Universal released compilations in 2002, followed by a new studio album, Libertad in 2003. Now in 2006 comes this new collaboration of Beto Cuevas & Masters At Work to bring you the best of both worlds with "LOUD" Once again The Masters at Work branch out and strive to move their sound foward with this new Rock-Dance Electronic fusion Single.
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