In 1988, guitarist Alejandro Briceño and drummer Jorge Luis Ayala decided to create a new Venezuelan rock act called Erostano, later joined by bassist Arcadio Araña and singer Juan Carlos García. The first change came when Araña and García left, being replaced by Wilmer Hurtado and Victor Pérez respectively, soon after recording two original songs, "Tiempo" and "Dime," both produced by Marcos Chacón. After a temporary breakup, the band reunited in 1997, recording a song called "No Son Solo Palabras," and changing its name to Pasajeros Eternos. The following year, the group moved to Caracas to make its first EP.
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