- Ahí voy
- He never wants to see you (once again)
- Partes del campo (parte 2)
- Under the tilo's tree
- Coral #5
- Carlos, su auto y la calle mojada
- Pavimento del buen muchacho
- Jaja jeje (canción de cuna para Kurt Cobain)
- La hermosa langosta aplastada en la vereda
- 3 solterones, ven
- Iris de morfina
- Ambiente Carcasi
- Y nos vamos jodiendo gratis
- Monos en la mesa
Buenos muchachos is an Indie and alternative rock band from Montevideo.
Its beginnings date from 1991 and is due to the Sunday custom of joining in a garage in the Malvin neighborhood by Pedro Dalton and Gustavo Antuña; voice and guitar respectively.
These meetings were loaded with the feeling of hangover after Saturday where they simply got together to express themselves chatting, artistically motivated both in music and in visual arts.
These meetings motivated the formation of the group.
His most notorious influences are: Nirvana, The Pixies, Sonic Youth and The Doors.
The first record by Buenos Muchachos called "Nunca Fui Yo" recorded between September and December 1994 in "Estudio Record" was finally released in 1996 in a cassette format with only one CD copy as original.
By then, the band's formation was Álvaro Garrigós en Bajo, Gustavo Antuña en Guitarra, Rafael Clavero en Batería and Pedro Dalton en Voz.
That disc, with an opaque sound but with nuances and sonorous settings in the best The Doors style that little seems to be from a conventional band of the Uruguayan Under. This album, which was reissued in 2008, contains songs such as "Prelude of the Silver River Slayers", "Temperamento", and "A Jump in the City" that would later be re-recorded and included in other albums.
The first official live presentation was March 1992 in "Junta Cadáveres", thus starting a career that would take them to several recordings, hundreds of stages, changes in the formation to brief breaks, but above all of constant growth in their artistic ability.
They followed the presentations live but already as a quintet, due to the incorporation of Marcelo Fernández as a second guitar, being this fundamental pillar in the sound of the group.
By 1999 "Aire Rico" came to light what would be the second album, this time, mixed and mastered in the studio "Uncle Riki" and finally edited by Ayuí Discos.
Already left the cassette format, Buenos Boys reaffirms his particular style his songs are energetic as much as they can be depressing or motivating. In this exemplary songs like "Cecilia", "From two best", "Preludio of the Slayers" and "Rocanrolazo" are included as well as including a bonus track nearly 30 minutes, where you can hear a typical chat between friends, music and other herbs ... For that record the drum recordings were in charge of Daniel Yaffé, who would later be replaced by drummer Laura Gutman.
In 1999 they return to the load with which it would be its third disc, denominated "Dendritas contra el bicho feo" recorded between July and August of that same year in the study the Foot of Buenos Aires and soon published by Ultrapop.
Dendrites against the ugly bug already has a more professional sound while maintaining its compositional quality and making more and more devoted to its loyal followers. This disc with a total of 12 subjects has in several of them jewels of its discography
Standing out "El Faro", "H.I.V." and "Fusible Suelto".
Since 2003, the musical event "Pilsen Rock" began to take place, bringing together the best national rock bands of the moment in the heart of the country.
For the 2005 Good Boys that already counted on its 4to disc from aims of the 2003 that had taken them to receive several recognitions and prizes including its participation in this mega festival.
The disc Breaking Dawn is not one more in the history of the national rock. Many believed that this work was the most they could give.
His songs: "I never want to see you (once again)", "The beautiful lobster crushed on the sidewalk", "Coral # 5", "Parts of the field (part 2)" make the set of themes a copy loaded with new sensations and really superb musical segments. Dawn Búho was recorded between September and October 2003 and edited by Bizarro Records.