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Sui Generis was a rock group from Argentina, one of the most important acts from the burgeoning Argentine rock movement in the late 60s and early 70s, enjoying enormous success and leaving a lasting impact. The group was formed in 1969, after Charly García and Nito Mestre met in high school and decided to merge their existing bands together. After unsuccessfully attempting various lineups, the group boiled down to Charly García and Nito Mestre as a duo, and the two began to make a name for themselves as songwriters and performers. In 1972, Sui Generis recorded their debut album Vida, with members of Billy Bond y la Pesada del Rock and Roll serving as backing musicians. The album was a success, and was followed the following year by Confesiones de Invierno, a more rock-leaning release that concluded with the baroque-folk number “Alto en la Torre.” Their third studio album Pequeñas Anécdotas Sobre las Instituciones suffered from meddling by the Argentine government, who censored several tracks. Sui Generis was meant to record one more album, an entirely instrumental record titled Ha Sido, but it was scrapped after the group decided to break up in 1975. Sui Generis recorded their farewell concert at Luna Park stadium and released it as a live album. The group briefly reunited in 1981 and then in 2000, spawning their fourth and final studio LP, Sinfonías Para Adolescentes.