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Los Shakers were an influential rock n’ roll band from Uruguay who reached prominence all across Latin America in the mid-60s. The band was composed of Hugo Fattoruso on lead vocals and guitar, his brother Osvaldo Fattoruso on guitar, Roberto "Pelín" Capobianco on bass and Carlos "Caio" Vila on drums. Los Shakers formed in 1964 in Montevideo, Uruguay after the Fattoruso brothers were inspired by The Beatles film A Hard Day’s Night. The band donned similar clothing, haircuts, and musical style as the Liverpudlian foursome, writing and recording songs in both English and Spanish. After signing with EMI in Argentina, the group released their first single “Rompan Todo (Break It All)” in 1965. It reached Number 9 on the Argentine charts. Los Shakers released their self-titled album later that year, followed by the US-only release of Break It All, an attempt to break into the English-speaking market. 1966 saw the release of their next album Shakers For You, which featured the start of an expansion of their sound. In 1968 Los Shakers released La Conferencia Secreta Del Toto's Bar. The album displayed a broader musical palette, incorporating elements of psychedelia, tango, and candombe. The band disbanded shortly afterwards, but their influence only grew in the following years. In 2005, the original lineup briefly reunited to record a new album, titled Bonus Tracks.