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Sentimiento Muerto

Venezuelan Sentimiento Muerto started turing Caracas’ membership picture in 1981. After documenting a demonstration of original music on cassette, the music group had the chance to join up to Sono-Rodven, producing an album known as Un Amor No Existe, Hay Que Hacerlo, made by Argentine Latin rock and roll superstar Fito Paez in 1987. Around once, ex-Cero a la Izquierda José Echezuria changed first guitarist Edgar Jiménez and drummer Sebastian Araujo had taken Alberto Cabello’s place. Sentimiento Muerto’s pursuing record, Sin Sombra No Hay Luz, was made by Guillermo Carrasco. After Héctor Castillo became their brand-new bassist, Infecto de Afecto was documented, which highlighted the hit one “Eva.”

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