Mexican rock-band Ritmo Peligroso was shaped by the finish from the 1970s by 4 friends known by their nicknames of Piro, Johnny Danger, Marcelo, and Rip Ill. Through the ’80s, the music group played beneath the name of Harmful Rhythms, taking part in a local rock and roll compilation using its tunes “Marielito” and “Mentes Modernas” and liberating an album known as En La Mira. In 1984, the group began touring California and Mexico. 2 yrs later, ex-los Videos Oscar Salazar became a member of in while Armando Espinoza was acquiring Benjamín Hidalgo’s put on percussion. The music group broke up briefly in 1991, becoming reunited by initial members in-may of 1996, issuing an recording known as Cortes Finos in 1998.