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  • Pablo el enterrador - (1983) LP
  • Pablo el enterrador - (1983) Brasil - PRW - Second edition
  • Pablo el enterrador - (1983) Viajero Inmóvil Records - Third edition
  • Pablo el enterrador - (1983) Japan - Belle - Fourth editon
  • Sentido de lucha - (1997) Argentina - Epsa Music - First edition
  • 2 - (1997) Brasil - PRW - Second edition
  • 2 + bonus tracks - (1997) Viajero Inmóvil Records - Third edition
  • Threephonic - (2004)



Members in the album

  • Pablo el enterrador -  (1983) 


JORGE ANTÚN - Keyboards


JOSÉ MARÍA BLANC - Electric and acoustic guitar, bass and vocals

OMAR A. LÓPEZ - Keyboards


Members in the album

  • 2 + bonus tracks - (1997)


JORGE ANTÚN - Oberheim OBX and Hammond organ


JOSÉ MARÍA BLANC - Electric and acoustic guitar, bass and vocals

OMAR A. LÓPEZ - Yamaha CP 70, Arp Pro and Minimoog


Members in the album

  • Threephonic - (2004)


JORGE ANTÚN - Oberheim OBX6, Yamaha Cp70, Ensonic SDI, Korg T3, Hammond, Yamaha CD1X, bass Fender Jazz, 5 string bass and vocals

JOSÉ MARÍA BLANC - Guitars Prs guitars, Gibson Les Paul, Epiphone 335, Ibañez Jem JEM7VWH, módulo Boss Pro Stereo, effects, processors and y Marshall G MG100 HDFX y JM 900 and vocals

MARCELO SALÍ -  ZZ drums, bass, percussion and Alesis rhythm machine


Guest musicians:


PABLO LÓPEZ - Electric guitar





There are legends and legends in the Argentine Rock. Names left in their lockers biographies fans can fill out at home, depending tragic (Tanguito) or success (Los Redondos).

Which he began to build a handful of teenagers Rosario back in 1971 is that of Pablo el enterrador, an underground secret that took part, among others, Ruben Goldin and Lalo De los Santos.

"There are two distinct stages: one is the closure, learn to play," says Jorge Antun, keyboardist and founding member, for the period extending from its inception to the early 80s, when stabilize the lineup and get down to Buenos Aires to record their first album, an abnormality of Symphonic Rock and Urban Music in the time of the New Wave.

Unnoticed, the album was released and the group returned to Rosario. A mid-90s, a Brazilian producer Symphonic Rock fan ran at a record store in Tokyo with a Japanese copy of that first album, while the disc also appeared in places like Mexico or London. "The guy who found spent a couple of years looking for us." "The Japanese edition, which we had no idea, no data. Until a Rosario’s photographer living in San Pablo explained who they were and that they were called to perform at a festival in Rio de Janeiro".

The sum of coincidences made Ruben Goldín crossed again in their way and will be thrilled with the performance of his former band, to the point of inviting them to play for the first time in 27 years in Buenos Aires.

It happened on Friday, June 19, 1998 in La Casona del Conde de Palermo, where they presented their second album. No noise, with the participation of Goldín in choirs and conviction gained in many years, the boys who once escaped to drink mate to the cemetery in Rosario to meet a Pablo, a professional gravedigger finally landed in Buenos Aires but not before stopover in almost everyone.

After twelve years of long wait, rescues the last material recorded by the group home made between 2002 and 2004, because unfortunately the following year Jorge Antun died about a painful illness. The album planned already had the name "Threephonic" and was finally released in 2016 by Viajero Inmóvil Records.




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