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Los Crudos

Chicago-based hardcore-punk group Los Crudos burst in to the rock scene in the first ’90s, playing in the Latin neighborhood of Pilsen. Led by Uruguayan vocalist Martín Sorrondeguy, this four-piece work started like a project to handle social issues frequently linked to the Latin community, specifically young people. Release a their information, Los Crudos developed their personal label, known as Lengua Armada, issuing several singles as well as the albums Canciones Em virtude de Liberar Nuestras Fronteras and 1991-1995 Los Primeros Gritos. The music group split up after six many years of carrying out in South, Central, and THE UNITED STATES.

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