Latin rock foursome from Panama Tierra de Nadie was formed in 1989, releasing its first EP called Salto Al Vacío in 1991. They signed up to Sony Music soon after, recording Grito En La Tierra in 1992, produced by Alex Nahual's Alvaro Aguilar. When the band left Sony Music, the rock act was signed up by local Kiwi Records, issuing Deja Vu and 1997's Alter Ego. After a temporary breakup, drummer Roberto Varela and bassist Juary de la Togna were replaced by West Valdés and Octavio Díaz, respectively.
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