Chilean drummer Miguel Tapia started playing in a school band called Pseudopillos before joining Los Vichunkas, later called Los Prisioneros, with singer/bassist Jorge González and guitarist Claudio Narea. After the band's last performance on December 21, 1991, Miguel Tapia began working on his own project, a Latin techno-pop group called Jardin Secreto, issuing a self-titled album in 1993, followed by 1997's El Sonido De Existir. A year later, the musician joined Jorge González and Venezuelan Argenis Brito and toured the country playing Los Prisioneros' most popular songs. ~ Drago Bonacich, Rovi

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