Argentinean experimental Latin rock band Suarez got involved in the local scene in the early '90s, releasing their debut album called Hora De No Ver in 1994 and getting the video for the single "Morirían" rotated by MTV Latino. After issuing 1995's Horrible, the band went on tour for the first time around Argentina and Chile. In 1996, filmmakers Bill Nieto and Miguel Mitlaj produced a short movie called Cenando Con Suarez, which based on the recording sessions for the album Galope. In 1999, the four-piece act independently released Rio Paraná and Excursiones.
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