Yo Te Avisé
Los Cadis' second album, released in 1987, would catapult the band out of its Argentinean ghetto and into the hearts of Latin Americans everywhere. The group forged the connections that would come to characterize them -- a promiscuous stew of ska, reggae, punk, samba, and Latin American rhythms. More importantly, these songs came to matter in people's lives -- "Yo No Me Sentaria En Tu Mesa" became a soccer game staple; "Cadillacs" opened their concerts for years, "Mi Novia" and the title track became bona fide hits. And a song like "Muy, Muy Temprano" proved these upstarts could move you, too.