La Ley includes: Beto Cuevas (vocals, guitar); Pedro Frugone (guitar);
Mauricio Claveria (drums, percussion).
Additional personnel includes: Toshi Yanagi (guitar); Miami Strings (strings); Pete Wallace (keyboards); Archie Frugone (bass); Richard Bravo (percussion).
Producers include: Humberto Gatica, Kenny O'Brien, Audrey Morrissey.
Engineers include: Erick Humberto Gatica, Cristian Robles.
Recorded live at The Miami Broadcast Center, Miami, Florida.
MTV UNPLUGGED won the 2002 Latin Grammy Award for Best Rock Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.
Personnel: Beto Cuevas (vocals, guitar); Pedro Frugone, Toshi Yanagi (guitar); Archi Frugone (bajo sexto); Miami Strings (strings); Mauricio Claver¡a (drums, percussion); Richard Bravo (percussion).
Recording information: Miami Broadcast Center.
Grammy-winning alternative Latin rock threesome La Ley made its first live album in Miami after more than a decade touring Latin America. MTV Unplugged mostly gathers the band's 1990s hits, leaving behind its late-'80s pop/rock style. Recorded at Miami Broadcast Center, Chilean La Ley was joined by bassist Archie Frugone, keyboardist Pete Wallace, and guitarist Toshi Yanagi, among other talented musicians, allowing singer Beto Cuevas, drummer Mauricio Claver¡a, and guitarist Pedro Frugone to deliver a high-quality acoustic performance, playing for the first time a bolero/pop called "Mentira," crossover hits "Krazyworld" and "The Corridor"; classic "Prisioneros de la Piel" and "El Duelo," performed along with Mexican singer Ely Guerra. ~ Drago Bonacich