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Argentinean Latin rock-band Cienfuegos got mixed up in local picture in the first ’80s, playing beneath the name of los Marginados. In 1996, the group, led by ex-los Fabulosos Cadillacs Sergio Rotman, self-produced its 1st album. A yr later on, Cienfuegos participated in an area compilation known as Buenos Aires Town Rockers 2, released by Resiste Information, offering the Clash’s “Right to Hell.” In 1998, NS/NC (No Sabe/No Contesta) arrived with an effective cover of Acquiring Mind’ “Once in an eternity.” In 1999, Divididos’ Ricardo Mollo created the band’s third recording, Hacia Un Cosmos, having a Latin-flavor edition of Pleasure Division’s “Like Will Rip Us Aside.”

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