Detonador de Sueños is the seventh studio album of La Renga. It contains hits like "A Tu Lado", the title track and "La Razón Que Te Demora". It was the first album released through their own label La Renga Discos.
This album has a raw sound, which according to the band is a product of the situation that Argentina was living when they recorded it. For example, the song Hielasangre is a reference to police repression and when the song is played in live concerts, images of the December 2001 riots are shown.
It has an instrumental hidden track, called Pasto Tomado, which was recorded and mixed by Gonzalo Villagra, bass player of Los Natas.