Los Prisioneros was a Rock en EspaÃ±ol band from San Miguel, Chile formed in 1982. They began as a very influential local band during the early 1980s, and once signed to EMI they reached mainstream success all over South America. They were known for their very outspoken lyrics about Chile's government and social commentary in their lyrics. Besides their lyrics, their music was also known for being different from the popular artists of that time.
Current and final line up until their dissolution:
*Jorge GonzÃ¡lez - Guitar/Lead Vocals *Miguel Tapia - Drums/Background Vocals *Sergio "Coti" Badilla - Synthesizer/Programs/Guitar Bass
*Jorge Gonzalez - Guitar/Lead Vocals/Synthesizer *Miguel Tapia - Drums/Background Vocals *Cecilia Aguayo - Synthesizers/Background Vocals *Robert RodrÃguez - Bass/Synthesizer
Original 1980's/Reunion 2001-2003
*Jorge Gonzalez - Bass/Lead Vocals/Synthesizers *Miguel Tapia - Drums/Background Vocals *Claudio Narea - Guitar/Chorus Vocals/Synthesizers
Los Prisioneros started when Jorge GonzÃ¡lez (...
|years active|| 1979 - 1992|
2001 - 2006
|origin||San Miguel (municipality)|
|music genre||rock music|
|current members||Jorge González (musician)|
|past members|| Claudio Narea|
Robert Rodriguez (Los Prisioneros)