Viejas Locas (formed 1993) were a late 1990s Argentine rock group, in the suburban sub-genre. Them and pioneers Los Ratones Paranoicos dominated the "Rolinga", or "stone" sub-style of suburban rock, a form of rock highly influenced by the sound of the Rolling Stones. The band's frontman was Christian "Pity" Alvarez. After a commercially solid half-decade run the band disbanded in 2000, with "Pity" Alvarez founding Intoxicados.
"Viejas Locas", 1996
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