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MALOMENOS

Neo-Prog • Chile


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The Chilean band MALOMENOS developed around 1980 when Stephano Elgordo met Michele Malogolpe and Marco Caballomenos together, from whom the band got their name: Mal-Menos, also a kind of pun in Spanish meaning "less evil", a clear reference to Pinochet's dictatorship that plagued their nation at the time. They chose to make music based on the progressive sound of the British models, mixed with some pop and new wave tendencies, which directed their efforts to the neo-progressive line. Just like many other South American progbands they were also soaked into fantastic realism, mythology and folk legends. They were joined by Pedro Lespequenos and the Peruvian singer Dario P'Escador to release their debut album "Lagrimear De Los Payasos", in 1982, their only output, making them up to now a typical one-shot band.

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Lagrimear De Los Payasos
1982

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