Spanish Juanito Piquete got involved in the local rock scene in the early '80s, mostly influenced by British punk rock. Playing as Juanito Piquete y Los Mataesquiroles, the band's argumentative lyrics focused on controversial issues. After issuing 1991's Principio de Locura, Juanito Piquete formed a heavy metal group called D.B.S. (Datura Bruising Show), playing alongside guitarist David Mayordomo, drummer Carlos Molet, and bassist Joni-D. In December of 1999, Secuencias de Amor y Odio was recorded.
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