Alejandro De Silvestre (keyboardist from "Suéter") and Alejandro Lacasa (guitarist from "Sissi") shared improvised sessions, first formed the group "Smoking", later played together in "Sissi".
In early 1986 already jammed as "La KGB" and came to edit the album in October 1987, with the participation of brothers Javier and Andrés Calamaro. The first massive presentation was on 3 January 1988, opening for Tina Turner at the River Plate Stadium. They recorded two studio albums: "La KGb" in 1987 and "Disidentes" in 1988 and then disbanded.
Alejandro De Silvestre: keyboards and vocals.
Alejandro Lacasa: guitars and vocals.
Alejandro Soto: drums (replaced by Adrian Freije in 1988).
Mariano Reinoso: keyboards.
Néstor Vetere: bass.