Argentinean punk rock-band Mal de Parkinson was shaped in 1986 by guitarist Gustavo Delgado, bass participant Javiero Lauro, drummer Carlos Aquino, and singer Marcelo Sacco. When its vocalist remaining the music group in 1988, Carlos Vege and Claudio Balsano became a member of in developing Comando 101, later on known as 101. The music group individually released 1992’s Síganme con Jódanse and 1993’s Q.E.P.D. After musician Andrés Pereira became a member of the group, Mal de Parkinson was created. To commemorate that event, a live show was setup in Oct 1993. Later on, Claudio Villanueva changed Delgado on acoustic guitar. In 1994, the music group documented A.Z.T. Un Remedio de Tu Enfermedad, accompanied by 1995’s Cruzando la Otra Vereda. In 1997, Mal de Parkinson participated in an area tribute towards the Clash known as Bs. As. Town Rockers. In 1998, Mal de Parkinson documented a 16-monitor album made by Gonzalo Villagra, that was released a 12 months later beneath the name of Uno.