Are these the 6 best bands of Argentine rock?
Because of its global impact. Because they came to change the sound of Argentine music. Because they became a myth. Soda Stereo is, without a doubt, one of the best bands of Argentine rock. He was born in early 1982 with the union of Gustavo Cerati, Zeta Bosio and Charly Alberti. It is considered one of the most influential and important Ibero-American bands of all time and a legend of Latin music.
Patricio Rey and his Rounditos de Ricota
It is one of the most emblematic bands of our country and its fans behaved like a football fan. Los Redondos have an almost religious halo: not for nothing their recitals were called masses. They are one of the few bands that achieved great popularity, but always remain independent and self-managed. He formed in 1976 and always had as central leaders Indio Solari (singer) and Skay Beilinson (guitarist).
Originally from the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Mataderos, La Renga was born in late 1988. Gustavo “Chizzo” Nápoli (singer and main guitar), Gabriel “Tete” Iglesias (bass) and Jorge “Tanque” Iglesias (drums) have been part of the group since its inception. They have refused exposure in the media during their thirty years of experience and, since 2002, they have a completely independent production.
the hand of the Italian Luca Prodan, Sumo was formed in 1981 in the city of Nono. He then moved to Hurlingham (Buenos Aires), from where he continued to delve into a musical production that covered post-punk and reggae. Over the years, it would become one of the most influential groups in Argentine and Latin American rock.
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