Mexican substitute band Víctimas del Doctor Cerebro started performing beneath the name of Tecnopal by the finish from the 1980s, led by Un Chipotle and Un Abulón. When drummer Un Bruja and guitarist Un Destroyer became a member of, the name of the music group was changed, shortly documenting its debut record, known as Tecnopal. After registering to EMI Latin, the group shifted to California to create its pursuing record. That self-titled record, released in 1993, included Víctimas del Doctor Cerebro’s “Un Esqueleto,” which became the group’s initial hit, obtaining its video often rotated by MTV Latino. After Un Destroyer was changed by Un Stoneface and Un Ranas became a member of, the band began to be recognized as a fascinating live act, carrying out a theatrical spectacle, including dance and pyromania. In 1995, Brujerías premiered accompanied by 1997’s Shop 2000.