Peruvian Latin rock-band Dolores Delirio was shaped in the middle-’90s by guitarist Jeffrey Parra, drummer Josué Vásquez, and singer Ricardo Brenneifen, saving a self-titled demo, accompanied by Concierto En La Catolica and En Un Condorock. In 1995 Dolores Delirio’s debut recording, called Cero, premiered by Navaja Producciones. In 1997 the music group documented the live recording Dolores Delirio, released by Miami-based Barbarosa Music, quickly successfully touring about Peru. A yr later on, Jeffrey Parra passed on. The remaining people made a decision to honor his contribution to regional rock and roll, keeping the group collectively and issuing Uña y Carne, Todas las Canciones de Dolores Delirio, a compilation of their finest tracks. After instrumentalist José Inoñán became a member of in, the threesome participated inside a tribute recording to goth rock and roll act the Treatment, offering “Why Can’t I Become You,” and registered to Sony Music, documenting 2000’s Raíz.