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Divididos

Rock-band from Argentina Divididos was shaped due to Sumo’s breakup following its vocalist, Luca Prodan, passed on. The Latin rock and roll act produced its debut in 1989 using the launch of 40 Dibujos Ahi En Un Piso. At the start, even though the group experienced a new identification, Sumo …

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Marea

One of the most popular rock and roll en español rings of their own time, Marea established themselves like a touring work and released several ever more popular albums, culminating with 28.000 Puñaladas (2004), a smash success upon its release. The music group was shaped in Berriozar, a town in …

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La Renga

Latin rock-band from Argentina La Renga performed live for the very first time in 1988, debuting with an unbiased record titled Esquivando Charcos in 1991. A Dónde Me Llevan la Vida implemented in 1993. A season afterwards, La Renga could sell out Obras Sanitarias, Buenos Aires’ main place, while their …

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Charly García

Charly García is among the most skilled and important figures of Argentine and Latin rock. He made up many generational hymns and was usually obsessed with growing the limitations of pop music as well as the musician’s part itself. At age four he began going to piano lessons. He was …

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El Cuarteto de Nos

Uruguayan rock-band El Cuarteto de Nos was shaped by brothers Roberto and Ricardo Musso (both in guitars and vocals), bassist Nicolas Tavella, and drummer Alavaro Pintos. The four-piece action released its self-titled debut record in 1984 and obtained a popularity in the country’s underground circuit because of the choreography included …

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Extremoduro

Spanish hard rockers Extremoduro began playing in the past due ’80s being a threesome, led by singer/guitarist Roberto Iniesta. In January of 1989, the music group documented its first demonstration tape, Rock and roll Transgresivo. Soon these were playing on the TV show known as Plastic and taking part in …

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Ariel Rot

Given birth to and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Ariel Rot started using “rock and roll en español” in Spain after teaming up with vocalist Alejo Stivel, drummer Manolo Iglesias, guitarist Julián Infante, and bassist Felipe Lipe in an area clothing called Tequila. Their initial record, Matrícula de Honor, emerged …

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