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Pánico

Chilean Latin rock-band Pánico started obtaining mixed up in local underground picture in the middle-’90s, founding its label, known as Combo Records, release a a self-titled debut album, accompanied by 1995’s Canciones Em virtude de Aprender A Cantar. After registering to EMI, the music group documented Pornostar and an EP known as Surfin Maremoto in 1996. Known by their nicknames, Eddie Pistolas on vocals and acoustic guitar, Carolina Tres Estrellas on bass, Chow Wires on keyboards, and Memoria Radial on acoustic guitar, Pánico’s music artists participated inside a tribute recording to local rock and roll heroes Los Prisioneros, offering “Quién Mató A Marilyn.” After becoming registered by French label Saint George, a strikes compilation known as Panorámico premiered.

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