Dominican Latin/rock foursome Toque Profundo made its debut in 1989 while playing live at a local contest known as Olimpiadas Rock. In 1992, the band recorded its debut album called Sueños y Pesadillas del Tercer Mundo, that same year, achieving a Cassandra Award for Best Rock Band soon after, playing along with local numbers at Rock Sobre Las Piedras' festival. In 1993 Toque Profundo participated in Benidorm with "Dios Salve Al Viajero," which was included in Azúcar Amarga's movie soundtrack. In 1996 the group released Moneda.
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