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INVISIBLE Discography Estado de coma (1974) (single) La llave del mandala (1974) (single) Viejos ratones del tiempo (1974) (single) Invisible (1974) Durazno sangrando (1975) El jardín de los presentes (1976) Obras cumbres (2001) Members featured in the album Invisible (1974) LUIS ALBERTO SPINETTA: Guitars and first vocals HÉCTOR "POMO" LORENZO: Drums and percussion CARLOS ALBERTO "MACHI" RUFINO: Bass and vocals Members featured in the album Durazno sangrando (1975) LUIS ALBERTO SPINETTA: Guitars and vocals HÉCTOR "POMO" LORENZO: Percussion CARLOS ALBERTO "MACHI" RUFINO: Bass and vocals Members featured in the album El jardín de los presentes (1976) LUIS ALBERTO SPINETTA: Guitars and vocals HÉCTOR "POMO" LORENZO: Percussion CARLOS ALBERTO "MACHI" RUFINO: Bass and vocals After |Pescado Rabioso|’s break up and after recording solo album "Artaud", |Luis Alberto Spinetta| made Invisible, |Pappo´s Blues| rhythmic base .The first presentation was at the theatre Astral, in November 1973. A few months after releasing their first single simple and their first album. Invisible spent more and more time in their rehearsals and stopped playing in small places: they only played in big theatres or stadiums, never in festivals. After a long silence, they anticipated "Durazno sangrando" (1975) at the Coliseo Theatre. A cover of "Amor de primavera" , Tanguito’s song, was their only sign of life until their third and last record, "El jardín de los presentes (1976), which has the song of the same name which is not only their main track but a classic of the Argentine Rock. This material has a tango-rock influence, which was on fashion at the moment. For their last live performance they invited concertina player Rodolfo Mederos. Information: www.rock.com.ar