|8||Lluvia De Heroes|
|10||Rock Del Gato|
|11||Juana De Arco|
|15||Rock Del Pedazo|
|18||La Guerra Del Acido|
Ratones Paranoicos is an Argentine rock band, formed in 1983 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Their lead singer, Juanse, is well known for his flamboyant personality and has often been parodied by popular artists like the comedian Diego Capusotto.
Argentine Latin rock ensemble Ratones Paranoicos formed in 1984, and was mainly influenced by the Rolling Stones (frontman and singer Juan Sebastian Gutierrez (aka Juanse) has repeatedly stated that the Stones are as necessary as medicine to him). Two years later, the band released their debut album, Los Chicos Quieren Rock, but success came along with 1989's Furtivos, which included one of the biggest hits the four-piece act ever composed, "Rock del Gato
Compilation album by Ratones Paranoicos. Ahora no es lo mismo. MusicBrainz: Raros Ratones.
Listen to music from Ratones Paranoicos like Sigue Girando, Rock del Gato - VIVO & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ratones Paranoicos. Ratones Paranoicos was an Argentine music band, formed in 1984. The lead singer and guitar was Juan Sebastián Gutiérrez ("Juanse"), drummer Rubén Eduardo Quiroga ("Roy"), bass player Pablo Memi and backup singer and guitar Pablo Cano ("Sarcófago"). In August 2011, the band split.
After issuing a compilation of greatest hits called X 16, Ratones Paranoicos decided to produce a new live record, a follow-up to Extasis Vivo, mixed at New York's Electric Lady by Andrew Oldham. Recorded live at Buenos Aires' Museum on August 19, 2000, and locally released by their own label, Tocka Discos, Vivo Paranoico includes contributions from Nicolas Cota on and ex-Los Abuelos de la Nada singer/songwriter Andres Calamaro.