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La Mosca Tse Tse

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Muchachos Esta Noche Me Emborracho La Mosca Tse Tse 03:50
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The Argentine pop-rock group La Mosca Tsé-Tsé was formed in the town of Ramallo, Buenos Aires, in 1995. Even though most of their work can be labelled as rock music, throughout the years they have experimented with other genres such as ska, reggae, cumbia, and salsa. Following the dissolution of the band Damas Gratis, drummer Fernando Castro began looking for musicians for his covers project, La Reggae & Roll Band. He soon recruited Guillermo Novellis, a former electrician and part-time musician who joined on guitar. Since the group wasn't able to find a lead singer, Novellis took on the role of vocalist and, after officially changing their name to La Mosca Tsé-Tsé, they began working on a proper demo. Despite some minor setbacks with their first label, the band signed with EMI Odeón and finally released its studio debut, Corazones Antárticos, which featured the minor hit single "Tranquilo Venancio." Produced by Los Pericos' Juanchi Baleirón, their sophomore album Vísperas de Carnaval propelled them to fame in both Argentina and Latin America thanks to the massive radio hits "Yo Te Quiero Dar," "Baila Para Mí," "Para No Verte Más," and "Cha Cha Cha." The band spent the next few years touring throughout Latin America, the US, and Europe, and followed up in 2001 with the equally successful Buenos Muchachos. Other well-received releases from that decade include 2003's Tango Latino and 2008's El Regreso (La Fiesta Continúa), which featured reggaeton singer Don Omar on the track "Las Mujeres de Tu Vida." Following the release of Moskids, their first childrens album, in 2011, La Mosca Tsé-Tsé took an extended break from their recording career but continued to perform live well into the 2020s. In 2022, they dropped the single "Muchachos, Ahora Nos Volvimos a Ilusionar" to celebrate Argentina's participation in the Qatar FIFA World Cup.