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Las Pelotas

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Founded in 1988 in the city of Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, Las Pelotas emerged from the ashes of the legendary band Sumo, following the untimely death of its frontman Luca Prodan. Upon Prodan's passing, several of Sumo's members went their separate ways, but it was Germán Daffunchio who began the process of creating Las Pelotas. Joined by Alejandro Sokol, another ex-Sumo member, and later with Willy Robles on bass, the trio began shaping their sound. The group's formation solidified with the addition of bassist Guido Nisenson, who replaced Robles, and guitarist Tomás Sussmann. Their debut album, Corderos en la Noche, released in 1991, featured hits like "Sin Hilo," "Brilla (Shine)," and "Nunca Me Des la Espalda." The band's energetic live shows and eclectic sound, which combined rock music with other genres such as reggae and funk, quickly set them apart from their contemporaries, leading them to significant stages, including opening for The Rolling Stones during their 1995 Argentina tour. Throughout the years, Las Pelotas experienced various lineup changes and expanded their catalog with albums that would eventually attain cult status in the Argentine rock scene, including Máscaras de Sal (1994), Amor Seco (1996), Para Qué? (1998), and Todo un Polvo (1999). The early aughts found the band reaching the peak of its popularity with 2003's Esperando el Milagro and the radio hit single "Será." Despite lead singer Alejandro passing away in 2009, Las Pelotas soldiered on and established themselves as one of the most popular rock acts in their native country. Es Así, their eleventh studio effort, came out in 2020 and was officially presented in 2022 at the Luna Park Stadium.