This greatest hits compilation is a definitive release from one of South America's definitive rock acts. When it came out in 1994, Vasos Vacios reminded fans about the band's surprisingly timeless 1980s ska-punk. More importantly, it introduced the unforgettable track "El Matador." The influence of the song's primeval samba-reggae rumble cannot be overstated; it suffused Latin America and still echoes in nearly every sports arena. (It's Chilean soccer star Marcelo Salas's unofficial anthem.) It even spices up the 1997 film Grosse Pointe Blank. Few bands hit such a bulls-eye.