Latin rock and roll foursome from Venezuela Caramelos de Cianuro recorded their 1st tracks, “Nadando a Traves De la Galaxia” and “Tu Mama Te Va a Pegar,” in 1992. A yr later on, the group registered to CNR and released an EP known as Todas las Patitas de la Abuela, accompanied by the band’s 1st album, Cuentos Em virtude de Adultos, in 1994. Performing an assortment of Latin ska and pop/rock and roll, Caramelos de Cianuro came back in 1996 with Harakiri Town, released by Polygram. 2 yrs later, unique drummer Pablo Martínez was changed by Alfonso Tosta, as well as the group quickly toured alongside Colombian Aterciopelados. In 2001, Caramelos de Cianuro’s Miss Mujerzuela accomplished platinum position in Venezuela.