Mexican rock band Ritmo Peligroso was formed by the end of the 1970s by four friends known by their nicknames of Piro, Johnny Danger, Marcelo, and Rip Sick. During the '80s, the band played under the name of Dangerous Rhythms, participating in a local rock compilation with its songs "Marielito" and "Mentes Modernas" and releasing an album called En La Mira. In 1984, the group started touring California and Mexico. Two years later, ex-los Clips Oscar Salazar joined in while Armando Espinoza was taking Benjamín Hidalgo's place on percussion. The band broke up temporarily in 1991, being reunited by original members in May of 1996, issuing an album called Cortes Finos in 1998.
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