La Biblia (The Bible) is the second studio album by the Argentine rock band Vox Dei, generally regarded as the first Argentinian rock concept album. The album is ranked at #14 in the Argentine version of Rolling Stone's "Los 100 Mejores Discos del Rock Nacional" (The 100 Greatest Records in Argentine Rock). "La Biblia" is considered by Argentinian rock fans to be Vox Dei's indisputable masterpiece; it has been called "magnificent for both it's music and lyrics". Guitarist and vocalist Ricardo Soulé did a terrific job summarizing in just a few lines the most important stories of the Christian Holy Book. Musically the band adopted a hard psychedelic direction, with chiming 12-string guitar and overdriven solos alternating with folky acoustic passages and harmony vocals sometimes reminiscent of The Moody Blues. The Argentinian Archbishop, while at first requesting to review the lyrics, ended up recommending that young people purchase and listen to the album.