Los Vikings (band)

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Los Vikings
Also known as Los Vikings de Usulután
Origin Usulután, El Salvador
Genres Rock
Proto-punk
Garage rock
Rock en Español
Nueva Ola
Years active 1965-1973
2002-Present
Labels Dimsa
Members Remberto Trejo (lead vocals)
Gustavo Larreinaga (drums)
Juan López Gonzáles (organ)
Victor Moreno (bass)
Payín Moreno (lead guitar)
Armando Martínez (rhythm guitar, background vocals)

Los Vikings (also known as Los Vikings de Usulután) are a rock group from Usulután, El Salvador, formed in the 1960s, and are often cited as the exemplary group of the "golden age of Salvadoran rock".[1] Members included Remberto Trejo (lead singer), Gustavo Larreinaga (drums), Juan López Gonzáles (organ), Victor Moreno (bass) Payín Moreno (lead guitar), and Armando Martínez (rhythm guitar, background vocals). Group hits include, "Tu Crees En Mi", "Y En Cambio Tu", and "Cien Mujeres". After much success during the Latin American Nueva Ola scene, the group became inactive in 1973. Los Vikings reunited in 2002 for at least one show.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • 19?? – La Inmensidad (DIC-1004)
  • 1969 – Los Vikings (DIC/S-1022)

References[edit]

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