Comfort y Música Para Volar
Like every other pop act worth their salt, this seminal Argentinean group did their time on MTV Unplugged -- or in this case, at some studio in Miami where they don't sound terribly unplugged. Still, this 1996 recording holds up, showcasing a band that knows how to make introspective brooding sound good, even inviting. (Lethargy never sounded so psychedelic, either.) In the wake of their lauded 2007 reunion, this release should provide some aural comfort to the many who missed the live show.