We All Together

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We All Together
Origin Lima, Peru
Genres Rock and roll
Psychedelic rock
Years active 1971–1974, 1989–2011
Website Grupo We All Together
Members Eduardo Samamé
Iván Cárdenas
Carlos Guerrero
Carlos Pacheco
Past members Ernesto Samamé (†)
Manuel Cornejo
Saúl Cornejo
Carlos Kakutani
Armando Pattroni
Augusto Castro
Iván Carreño
Ricardo Ormeño
Carlos Paredes
Eduardo Saldarriaga
Félix Varvarande
Jose Wherrems
Armando Barrios
Henry Ueunten

We All Together (WAT) was a Peruvian rock and roll band formed in 1971. They composed songs both in English and Spanish during their career. Their most known songs are the cover "Carry On Till Tomorrow" (originally interpreted by Badfinger), "Hey Revolution" and "It's A Sin To Go Away", which appeared on Nuggets II.[1]

The first line-up was formed by Saul Cornejo, his brother Manuel Cornejo, and Carlos Guerrero, who were the founding members, as well as Carlos Salom and Eduardo Samamé. They broke up in 1974 and regrouped in 1989 and currently consist of Carlos Guerrero, Carlos Pacheco, and Iván Cárdenas. The group once again disbanded after a farewell concert on Nov. 05, 2011, celebrating their 40 years of music.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • We All Together (1972)
  • We All Together 2 (1974)
  • 1990, La Década (1990)
  • Cincuenta/Cincuenta (1991)
  • Quédate (1993)
  • Aliteraciones (1998)
  • We All Together (Back Together) (2008)
  • Surprise (2009)

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