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Pescado Rabioso was an Argentinian hard rock and blues rock group that was active between 1971 and 1973. Led by legendary singer-songwriter Luis Alberto Spinetta, the group was originally rounded out by drummer Black Amaya and bassist Osvaldo Frascino; the line-up would later be expanded to include keyboardist Carlos Cutaia, and David Lebón would eventually replace Frascino on bass. The band was formed after the dissolution of Spinetta’s previous band Almendra, driven by his desire to make louder, heavier music. Their debut album Desatormentándonos was released in 1972, earning them acclaim and attention. Pescado Rabioso followed the album with three singles, including the ferocious blues rave-up of “Post-crucifixión” which continued expanding the group’s sonic palette and fanbase. Their second album, Pescado 2, was released in early 1973. It was a double album, putting the band’s prolificness and ambition on full display. Artistic differences would lead to the band’s dissolution; the 1973 album Artaud, though credited to Pescado Rabioso, is widely regarded as a solo album by Luis Alberto Spinetta. The group is widely regarded as one of the most important and influential bands in Argentine music history. Notably, American rapper Eminem sampled the Pescado Rabioso song “Ámame Peteribí” on his 2020 song “Stepdad.”