Argentina’s premier rock-band, Soca Stéreo are led by singer and multi-instrumentalist Gustavo Cerati, alongside Zeta (bass) and Charly Alberti (drums). After creating themselves like a nationwide appeal through their demonstrative, enthusiastic concert events, in 1993 they authorized a million-dollar agreement with BMG Argentina. This led to the discharge of their seventh recording, Sueno Stéreo, 2 yrs later. Documented in Buenos Aires and London, it included the strike one ‘Ella Usó Mi Cabeza Como El Revólver’, alongside various other expertly crafted pop rock and roll material addressing regional and nationwide issues. It had been focused on the storage of Zeta’s kid, who was wiped out in an automobile crash in 1994, partially accounting for the delays in the record’s completion.