Argentinean Latin rock band Patricio Rey y Sus Redonditos de Ricota have mostly been recognized for their interesting performances, including acting and dancing. In 1982, the band recorded a demo for RCA, which included a song called "Super Lógico," later played by a few Buenos Aires' radio stations, and getting a positive response. While that song was climbing up the charts, Patricio Rey y Sus Redonditos de Ricota had the opportunity to get a record deal, and released Gulp in 1984. Two years later, Oktubre was recorded with singer Claudia Puyo. After that album was released, the group had their second hit, a song called "Semen-Up." One of the band's most important achievements was to reunite more than 100,000 followers in a Buenos Aires free show in April 2000, proving the band's popularity. That same year, Momo was released.