Spanish pop/rock foursome Malconsejo made its debut with the release of a self-titled EP after founding the band's own label Maybe Tomorrow in 1995. A year later, Malconsejo joined a compilation called Get Ready to the Brincosis!, a tribute to Los Brincos. After becoming one of the finalists at Villa de Bilbao's rock contest, the group signed to Madrid-based label Rock Indiana Records, making Una Hora Sin Televisión, a mixture of Spanish pop and alternative country-rock released in 1997. Soon, original guitarist Vicente Ordóñez decided to leave, being replaced by ex-Blood Filloas Fernando Cabalo. In 2000, Juan Carlos Tomas produced Malconsejo's Vivir Bajo El Agua.
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