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In high school during the early '70s, he met musician and bandleader Carlos Alberto "Nito" Mestre. The two fused their bands to give birth to Sui Generis, who issued three acclaimed albums. They split in after playing to 20, people at Luna Park Stadium. Given their particularly critical attitude toward the military junta, their records were unofficially suppressed. Between and , they issued a handful of albums including Bicicleta and Peperina and a boatload of singles for Columbia.
The album sold extremely well but generated some controversy among critics for the sudden change in style. On this album, however, he began his longtime collaboration with producer Joe Blaney. At the end of that year he was caught up in his most well-known scandal: he pulled down his trousers in front of a hostile audience. This was the beginning of a string of controversies and helped make him a major public figure beyond just the music scene.
An essential trilogy was completed with Piano Bar, launched at the end of Both the public and critics liked the album, which contained hymns like "Demoliendo Hoteles" and "Raros Peinados Nuevos. The pair didn't get far, with only the song "Rezo por Vos" recorded. The record was clearly a masterpiece and showed Prince's influence. More than 80, people attended the concert.
In , he reunited with Pedro Aznar and recorded Tango 4. The idea was to record an album with Soda Stereo's singer and composer Gustavo Cerati. Although they worked on a couple of songs, they never finished the LP. No reasons were made public.
The idea was to record an album with Soda Stereo 's singer and composer Gustavo Cerati. Although they worked on a couple of songs, they never finished the LP. No reasons were made public. It included many instrumental passages and guest musicians. The public's response was great, especially when the album was presented live. Although his shows were always sold-out, his records didn't sell well and were poorly received by the critics. The same year, he recorded and released MTV Unplugged , which proved a short-lived comeback to a more classic structure.
In , he released the chaotic Say No More , and the next year he reworked some of his songs with the Latin folk singer Mercedes Sosa on the album Alta Fidelidad. Some old-time followers gave up on him but curiously, at the peak of his own chaos, he gained a new teenage public.
All of that seemed to change in the summer of when he performed a free concert attended and acclaimed by more than , people. The show was captured on that year's Demasiado Ego release, which was his best-selling album from the Say No More era. The same year he again courted controversy by playing a show for Argentinian president Carlos Menem. In March of , he was again on the covers of newspapers for non-musical reasons. Charly now had a complete band, but still lacked money.
At this point Charly signed a contract with a production group, although the terms of this deal were not advantageous to Charly. That first show was poorly received, the public having expected a new incarnation of Sui Generis. The band had a new sound in which Aznar's fretless bass guitar was a key component, and a striking aesthetic with lyrics full of poetry.
Puzzled audiences requested Sui Generis' old songs. In , disco music was fashionable in Argentina. The band's relationship with the media was not cordial. They eventually garnered some acceptance from an audience that warmed up to their style. Their new LP was titled La grasa de las capitales "Grease", or "Fat", "of the Capitals" and its cover was a joke directed at the magazine Gente.
The stronger and more direct nature of the lyrics, which criticized the media, including specifically magazines especially Gente , fashionable music, radio and so on almost got them sent to jail. The public, however, gave the album an enthusiastic reception. The band's shows improved progressively, and eventually were performed in larger venues. The band sounded more mature on this record. The music was modern and strong, a key feature being the melodies. The role of the bass guitar was again central, and Pedro Aznar's work became more prominent.
In , Charly almost went to jail because of the band's lyrics, considered too clear and direct in some quarters. Even as the music's political message became stronger, it was concealed in an effort to avoid censorship and another close call with the authorities.
But the message remained, ready to be heard by ears that wanted to hear it. A military man, he was Security Minister during those years. He gave talks to some artists, ordering them to tone down their work or leave the country — a policy that led many artists to leave Argentina at that time. Luis Alberto Spinetta was another Argentine rock star of the time.
His first band, Almendra, was one of the first in Argentine rock, getting its start before Sui Generis; now he had a band called Spinetta Jade. Perhaps because his style was darker, more complicated, and found harder to understand by many, he was a less popular star than Charly, and they were portrayed as enemies.
Perea through their fourth LP: Peperina , directed at her, featuring a song about her which was also called "Peperina". Followers of the band considered Peperina a fantastic album with great melodies, superb performance from Aznar, and the songs—which are critical, especially of high society—poetic. With its sad melody, the tears, the mirror, and that "white line", the song seems to portray cocaine addiction. At the time, these lyrics did not draw much attention.
Peperina carried a political message. Joe has a degree in economics, spends his life buying garbage" referred to Argentina's policy of economic liberalism , with its profusion of imported and often low-quality products. Orquesta Barcelona. Fernando 10 de agosto de , Moebius8 4 de septiembre de , Rodolfo Burbano 11 de marzo de , De Moebius8 diciembre 20, Genesis - Archive De Moebius8 septiembre 03, Aclaro que esto es el Santo Grial de cualquier amante de Genesis.