Uruguayan punk rock-band Los Traidores was shaped in the middle-’80s by singer Juan Casanova, guitarist Víctor Nattero, and bassist Pablo Dana, later on joined up with by drummer Alejandro Bourdillón. The foursome produced their debut in an area compilation known as Graffiti, released in 1985. A 12 months later on, Los Traidores documented their debut recording, known as Montevideo Agoniza, and quickly joined Montevideo Rock and roll event, playing along with Sumo and Fito Paez, among additional Latin rock performers. After keyboardist Ciao Martínez became a member of in 1987, En Cualquier Parte Del Mundo was documented, accompanied by a self-titled recording in 1988, and La Lluvia Ha Vuelto A Caer in 1992. When Daniel Jacques and Andrés Arrillaga became the brand new bassist and drummer, respectively, the music group went back towards the recording sessions, producing Radio Babilonia, released by Monitor in 1995. In Apr of 1998 Los Traidores performed at Rock and roll de Acá event, that same 12 months, initial bassist Pablo Dana came back and drummer Roberto Rodino became a member of in.