Argentinean rock band formed in 1991. Their first hit came out the following year. The Sony Music album La Pachanga, which includes a song by the same name, sold more than 100,000 copies and its main title was an instant hit in South America. Vocalist Mario Gómez and guitarist Jorge Risso were previously playing in a band called Identikit. The group didn't get the good reviews they were expecting, so they decided to start a new project along with drummer Carlos González, bassist Gerardo Pugliani, keyboardist Gustavo Sacchetti, and singers Karina Di Lorenzo and Natalia Moscariello. Vilma Palma e Vampiros recorded 3980 in 1993, reaching platinum status in their country and touring around Latin America. In 1994, Fondo Profundo proved their popularity in the Latin market. The album was followed by 1995's Sepia, Blanco y Negro, 1996's En Vivo, 1997's Angeles y Demonios, and 15 Grandes Exitos, a compilation of their greatest hits. In 1998, Vilma Palma e Vampiros released Hecatombe Disco and, with the beginning of the new millennium, the album 7.