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Ricardo Iorio live with Almafuerte
Adrían "Bin" Valencia
Alberto "Beto" Ceriotti
In 1995 they released their first studio album, Mundo Guanaco, which included songs of both Hermética and of V8 (another of Ricardo Iorio's previous bands), and some new ones written by Iorio (most of them dealing with social issues). After the release of their second album, Del Entorno, Cardacci was replaced by Rodolfo Márquez. One year later, Márquez was replaced by Walter Martínez, after a demonstration with his band Vorax. With Martínez they released their first live album En Vida.
In 1998 they released a self-titled album Almafuerte and Profeta en su Tierra, and in 1999 their fifth studio album, A Fondo Blanco.
In 2001, drummer Martínez was replaced by Bin Valencia. In April they released another album, Piedra Libre, with 10 new songs. During the 2001 tour, Iorio's wife, Ana Mourin, committed suicide.
In September of that year, Claudio Marcielo released a solo album titled Puesto En Marcha. Later in December they released their second live album En Vivo, Obras 2001.
In 2003 they released their studio album, Ultimando, followed by Toro y Pampa in 2006.
Later, in 2012, they released their album called "Trillando la Fina".
- Ricardo Iorio - Vocals (1995–present) Bass (1995 - 2002)
- Claudio Marcielo - Guitar (1995–present)
- Bin Valencia - Drums (2000–present)
- Beto Ceriotti - Bass (2002–present)
- Claudio Cardacci - Drums (1995–1996)
- Rodolfo Marquez - Drums (1996–1997)
- Walter Martinez - Drums (1997–2000)
- Mundo Guanaco [Guanaco's Land] (1995)
- Del Entorno [Around It] (1996)
- Almafuerte (1998)
- A Fondo Blanco [Take It All] (1999)
- Piedra Libre [Free Will] (2001)
- Ultimando [Finishing] (2003)
- Toro y Pampa [Land and Bull] (2006)
- Trillando la fina [Small Harvest] (2012)
Live & Compilations albums
- En Vida (1997)
- Profeta en su Tierra (1998)
- En Vivo Obras 2001 (2001)
- 10 Años (2005)
- En Vivo Obras 2008 (2009)
- Peso argento (1997) Ricardo Iorio and Flavio Cianciarulo, with the participation of Claudio Marciello and Rodolfo Marquez.
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