Argentinean los Culpables de Todo got involved in the local rock scene by the end of the 1980s, being pointed out for its sarcasm and ironic lyrics. In 1992, the band released its first album, called Acosado Sexual, getting two tracks rotated by radio stations: its main title and a song called "Hay Que Seguir." After performing on different TV shows, the band started touring the country, having the chance to open for Todos Tus Muertos and los Brujos. In 1995, los Culpables de Todo produced Más Vale Pájaro En La Mano, followed by 1997's Me Recibí, Papá and Tu Forúnculo Nos Separa.
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