Latin rock-band Sumo joined up with the Argentinean picture in the mid-’80s. Led by Italian Luca Prodan, the band’s initial lineup included guitarist German Daffunchio, drummer Stephanie Nuttal, bassist Diego Arnedo, and saxophonist Roberto Pettinato. Because of the diplomatic issue linked to the Falklands (Malvinas), which finished up in battle, British isles Stephanie Nuttal returned to England, getting changed by Alejandro Sokol. In 1985, Sumo released Divididos Por La Felicidad, climbing on regional charts using a tune known as “La Rubia Tarada.” That record was accompanied by 1986’s Llegando Los Monos, provided live at Buenos Aires’ Obras Sanitarias. While its tune “Mejor No Hablar De Ciertas Cosas” was still having regular rotation in r / c throughout SOUTH USA, Sumo made a decision to make a fresh record known as After Chabon. On Dec 22, 1987, vocalist Luca Prodan was discovered dead, victim of a bad coronary attack. That tragic event deeply affected the music group. Sumos’ remaining associates played going back period at 1988’s Chateau Rock and roll Festival.