Guatemalan pop/rock and roll music group Radio Viejo was shaped in 1989 by vocalist Luilly Donis, drummer William Girón, and guitarists José Ordoñez and Giovani López; these were afterwards joined up with by bass participant Mauricio Ordoñez. They debuted on an area radio station graph with a tune known as “Tú La Tienes Que Olvidar.” After Mauricio Ordoñez made a decision to keep the music group, bassist Rolando Amado became a member of, recording Claroscuro, that was released with the 3rd party label Primera Generación and highlighted the local strikes “Angel” and “Una Cerveza Más.” In 1994, Radio Viejo became a member of a Guatemalan rock and roll festival, that was documented and released on CD beneath the name of Libertad de Expresión Ya. They opened up for the Argentinean music group the Sacados as well as the Mexican music group Magneto immediately after. In 1997, the group documented Feria Em fun??o deíso. 2 yrs afterwards they participated in an area festival predicated on acoustic shows known as Atmósfera Omplog, that was then documented and released by BMG-Ariola.