A radically political Argentine rasta-punk band that actually has issues to protest, Todos Tus Muertos was formed by vocalists Fidel Nadal and Pablo “Dronkit Master,” guitarist Horacio Gamexane, bassist Felix Gutierrez and drummer Pablo Potenzoni. The group named itself in honor of the tens of thousands killed by former Argentine dictator Jorge Rafael Videla (“todos tus muertos” translates as “all your dead”), and signed to a local label. After being named the Best International Group by the leading Latin-rock magazine La Banda Elastica, Todos Tus Muertos gained attention around the world, and were signed to Grita! Records (founded by Jay B. Ziskrout, the former drummer for Bad Religion). The band released Dale Aborigen in early 1997, and the live album Argentina Te Asesina one year later.

Edited by araien on 9 Nov 2006, 14:27

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“Todos Tus Muertos.” Popular Artist Biographies. All Media Guide, 2006. Answers.com 14 Sep. 2006. http://www.answers.com/topic/todos-tus-muertos-1

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