Chilean hip hop/metropolitan threesome Tiro de Gracia was shaped in the middle-’80s by friends Juan Sativo and Lengua Dura, later on joined up with by singer Zaturno, keyboardist Patricio Loaiza, and multi-instrumentalist Camilo Cintolesi. The music group produced its debut using the launch of two impartial information, Arma Calibrada and Homosapiens. After effectively performing at an area Television show and liberating El Demo Last, Tiro de Gracia registered to EMI. They documented Ser Humano in 1997, with efforts from well-known Chilean functions such as for example Chancho en Piedra, los Tetas, Joe Vasconcellos, and Matahari’s Ema Pinto. Quickly, the group strike the graphs with “Un Juego Verdadero.” The next album, known as Decisión Last, was documented in the U.S. and released in 1999. In June of 2000, Zaturno remaining the act to become listed on a new task known as Tapia Rabia Jackson.