Spanish Hechos Contra Un Decoro produced their live debut in March 30th, 1995. The music group was formed fourteen days previously by Angel Lara, also called Ruso, Andrés Belmonte, Nacho Murgi, and José, afterwards, joined by vocalist/keyboardist Eva Reina, drummer Ramiro Tersee, guitarist Alfonso Arias, and trumpet participant Angelo Mancini. After documenting a self-produced demonstration called Bailamos con Combatimos, written by Un Gato Salvaje and Potencial Hardcore, Hechos Contra Un Decoro documented its debut recording Rabiamuffin, released by Esan Ozenki/Gora Herriak in 1997. Playing an assortment of hip-hop, Latin ska, jazz fusion, and reggae, the group came back in 1999 with Danza De Los Nadie, furthermore, composing the film soundtrack for Fernando León’s Barrio. That same yr, drummer Chuchi González and vocalist Gemma Herrero, aka Minsa, became a member of in, soon producing Línea de Fuga.