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  • Gabinete de curiosidades - (2004)
  • Hormonal - (2007)
  • En vivo en el Ópera - (2009)
  • Futuro perfecto - (2010)
  • Las vueltas de la vida - (2015)
  • La Génesis - (2018)



Members featured in the album

  • La Génesis - (2018)


HILDA LIZARAZU - Vocals and chorus

LITO VITALE - Piano, Mini Moog, Hammond organ, electric guitar and drums

LUCIANO VITALE - Bass, acoustic guitar, flute, doublé bass, cello, harmonica, drums, bombo legüero and percussion

JUAN BELVIS - Piano, Rhodes Piano, strings, Spanish guitar, bandurria, programming and chorus

ELISEO TAPIA - Electric guitar and bandoneón


Guest musicians:




AMILCAR VÁZQUEZ - Electric and acoustic guitar



SOFI ROMA - Beat box

HÉCTOR STARC - Electric guitar








Hilda Lizarazu was born in Curuzú Cuatiá, Corrientes, Argentina, on October 12, 1963.

She spent part of her adolescence in New York and returned to Argentina in the 80s, as a professional photographer. Simultaneously, she began his career as a singer integrating bands like Sueter and Los Twist. She made choirs in the band of Charly García between 1987 and 1993, and is part of his band today, since 2009.

Parallel in 1987, she formed the group Man Ray with guitarist Tito Losavio, being vocalist and leader of that group for 12 years (1987-1999).

With Man Ray she edited 7 albums: "Man Ray" (1988), "Perro de playa" (1991), "Hombre rayo" (1993), "Aseguebu" (1994), "Piropo" (1995), "Ultramar" (1997) and "Larga distancia" (1999) and in addition to achieving great sales success with all these albums, also toured much of Latin America playing live in Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Uruguay, Paraguay, Mexico and also in the USA and Spain.

She leaves the group Man Ray in 1999 as a "spiritual retreat" and moves away from the City of Buenos Aires to take refuge in Sinsacate, a small town north of the province of Córdoba, Argentina. In this period she experiences motherhood within a dreamlike and mountain climate that also inspires her to make her first solo album, entitled “Gabinete de curiosidades”, which was released in 2004 and was the winner of the “Premio Carlos Gardel a la Música” in the category "Best Pop album female singer".

In 2007, already back and again reinstated in the city of Buenos Aires, Hilda arms and consolidates her own band with new musicians with whom she records and edits her second solo album, "Hormonal", which marks a new stage in her long musical journey, in which Hilda demonstrates her maturity as a composer and Argentine Pop artist. In subjects like “D10s”, “Hormonal”, “Amenazas” and “La lluvia”  she manages to combine deep and committed lyrics with intimate melodies and personal harmonies. The album "Hormonal" also includes a Spanish version of "Hace frío ya", (a classic from the Italian popular song that becomes the musical curtain of a hit TV series called "Socias"). Again, with this album Hilda wins the “Premio Carlos Gardel a la Música” in the category "Best Pop album female singer".

In March 2009 she edited a live “En vivo en el Ópera” (CD+DVD), recorded live during the “Hormonal” album presentation at the emblematic theater on Corrientes street in the city of Buenos Aires. The album is a sort of compilation of the best songs of his two solo albums + some hits by Man Ray as "Sola en los bares" and "Tierra sagrada". As a bonus track, the audio CD includes 2 remixes, a Lounge version of the song "Hace frío ya" and a club dance version of the song "Buscando un símbolo de paz" (song by Charly García) sung in a duo with Andrea Echeverry (singer of the Colombian group Aterciopelados) and remixed by Adrián Sosa, musician of Bajofondo.

In 2010 Hilda is presenting her album, "Futuro Perfecto", while integrating Charly García's band. In "Perfect Future", participated as guests: Gustavo Santaolalla, Lito Vtale, Adrian Dargelos (Babasónicos), David Lebon and Lisandro Aristimuño.

It took 5 years for a new album to come out and in 2015 she presents "Las vueltas de la vida".

At the end of 2018 a new album comes out, "La Génesis", in which he appropriates 14 classic titles of Argentine Rock, to take them to his own style, with the complicity of Lito Vitale (ideologist of the concept 'La Genesis'), Eduardo Tapia (executive producer of the album), Juan Belvis and Luciano Vitale, among others. The last two, nephew and son of Lito, respectfully.

And as the question is part of the 50 years of Rock in this part of the world, the choice of the repertoire was focused on the first years of the genre.




* Hilda Lizarazu Official Site

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