Chilean los Prisioneros became probably the most important local music group through the 1980s and something of the very most well-known Latin rock acts ever. Vocalist and bassist Jorge González, guitarist Claudio Narea, and drummer Miguel Tapia made a decision to start their very own music group while still students. Inexperienced but enthusiastic, los Prisioneros could actually reach a fresh generation of rock and roll fanatics making use of their message. In 1984, the band’s debut record was released, using the strike tune “La Voz De Los ’80s,” plus they performed for the very first time the following season. In 1986, their record Pateando Piedras proceeded to go dual platinum in Chile. By that point, the group was asked to execute at Argentina’s Chateau Rock and roll Festival and afterwards to an identical event in Montevideo, Uruguay. After four a few months of recording periods, La Cultura de la Basura premiered in 1987. Afterwards their song known as “WE HAVE BEEN Sudamerican Rockers” produced background when its video was the initial one broadcast by MTV Latino. In 1990, los Prisioneros transferred to the U.S. to create their pursuing record. Immediately after Corazones arrived, its tune “Tren Al Sur” became an enormous success. Because of inner discrepancies, the group made a decision to split up, playing going back time on Dec 21, 1991.