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El Reloj

El Reloj
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Argentina
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El Reloj was formed in 1971 in the city of Rosario, then relocated to Buenos Aires. The original band consisted of Eduardo Frezza (bass, vocals), Juan Espósito (drums), Osvaldo Zabala (guitar), Willy Gardi (guitar, vocals), and Luis Valenti (keyboards). El Reloj split up by the end of the 70s, but has reformed numerous times since.
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El Reloj — Hombre de Hoy El Reloj — Hombre de Hoy
(*, 1999, CD)
El Reloj — Santos y Verdugos El Reloj — Santos y Verdugos
(Del Cielito CD 51211, 1994, CD)
El Reloj — La Esencia Es la Misma El Reloj — La Esencia Es la Misma
(HRC 044, 1983/2014, CD)
El Reloj — El Reloj (AKA Second Album) El Reloj — El Reloj (AKA Second Album)
(Record Runner RR-0160-2, 1976/1996, CD)
El Reloj — El Reloj El Reloj — El Reloj
(Record Runner RR-0150-2, 1975/1996, CD)

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