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Los Buitres

Latin rock-band from Uruguay Los Buitres was shaped by the finish from the ’80s after Los Estómagos split up. Vocalist and harmonica participant Gabriel Peluffo, guitarist Gustavo Parodi, drummer Marcelo Lasso, and bassist José Rambao debuted with an record known as Buitres Después De La Una, accompanied by La Bruja. Los Buitres’ opportunity to reach a significant audience arrived while carrying out as an starting act towards the Cult at Montevideo’s Rock and roll Event II. In 1992, the group released their first two video clips, predicated on their tunes “Una Vez Más” and “La Ultima Canción.” In Oct of 1993, Maraviya premiered and offered live at Verano theater. Through the ’90s Los Buitres was probably one of the most energetic Uruguayan rock rings, having the possibility to perform in Argentina and having their video clips “Calaveratur” and “Del Cardal” rotated by MTV Latino. In 1998, after drummer Irvin Carballo became a member of in, Rantifusa premiered.

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