Vocalist/songwriter from Argentina Nito Mestre started finding involved with music while taking part in a college music group called La Indignación del Siglo. Immediately after conference regional musician Charly García, he made a decision to create a brand-new project called Sui Generis. Following the band split up in Sept of 1975, playing going back period at Buenos Aires’ Luna Recreation area, Nito Mestre documented Porsuigieco, later developing a folk-rock work known as Los Desconocidos de Siempre alongside guitarist Rodolfo Gorosito, bassist Alfredo Toth, keyboardist Ciro Fogliatta, drummer Juan Carlos Fontana, and vocalist María Rosa Yorio. In 1981, the vocalist continued his own, launching 20/10, accompanied by 1983’s Escondo Mis Ojos Al Sol. In 1984, Nito Mestre teamed up with Juan Carlos Baglietto, Celeste Carballo, and Oveja Negra, touring the united states under an explicit slogan: We Sing for Like, Freedom, and Lifestyle.