1971 – 1973 (2 years)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Black Amaya (1971 – 1973)
- Carlos Cutaia (1972 – 1973)
- David Lebón (1972 – 1973)
- Luis Alberto Spinetta (1971 – 1973)
- Osvaldo Frascino (1971 – 1972)
Pescado Rabioso was a psychedelic rock band from Buenos Aires, Argentina, formed by musician Luis Alberto Spinetta, from 1971 to 1973, right after the breakup of his previous band Almendra. The band also consisted originally of Black Amaya, Osvaldo Frascino. Carlos Cutaia then joined in and David Lebón replaced Frascino. Despite its short life, Pescado Rabioso is still considered an important piece of Argentine rock history, mainly because of "Artaud", a masterpiece album featuring only Spinetta compositions.
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