Venezuelan punk/ska music group Desorden Público started composing its music in 1985 even though playing at an area small location called Junkolandia, having Andrés Vivas about vocals and Elias Racho about drums. In 1987, a self-titled recording was released, accompanied by 1990’s En Descomposición and 1994’s Canto Popular de la Vida Y La Muerte. Within the middle-’90s, the music group consolidated itself as innovator of the neighborhood ska movement, getting probably one of the most well-known and guaranteeing Latin rock works. In 1997, Plomo Revienta was released, accompanied by Dónde Esta un Futuro a yr later. Diablo made an appearance in springtime 2001, marking the band’s 1st release for the brand new millennium.