"Originally released in 1967 by RCA Victor in Santiago-Chile. Re- mastered from the original mono tapes by Noel Summerville at Metropolis London in 2009. Pressed in MPO France." "In a list of the pioneers in the Chilean rock music, it is impossible to omit the name of Los Vidrios Quebrados (The Broken Glasses). They are probably the most important band in in this musical style that entered to Latin America during the early 60s. Their members, Juan Mateo O'Brien (voice and guitar), Héctor Sepúlveda (guitar and voice), Cristián Larraín (bass guitar) and Juan Enrique Garcés (drums) gave the history of the Chilean rock just one single, Friend/She'll Never Know I'm Blue (1966), and the album Fictions (1967). In spite of its short life, the group is still remembered internationally, thanks to the pirate reissues of its only LP."