First ever reissue of the sole long-playing album by Colombias Los Chicos Malos, originally released by Discos Fuentes in 1980. Los Chicos Malos was a short-lived Colombian super group- of sorts from Cartagena with acclaimed pianist and composer Vctor M El Nene del Real as orchestra director and arranger. Vocals were shared by John Jairo Murillo and Vctor Melndez, both known for their work with The Latin Brothers. Produced by the legendary Mario Rincon, this highly sought-after LP is an irresistible mix of uncompromisingly hard salsa and cumbia infused with infectiously happy melodies punctuated by a distinctive double-trombone attack inspired by the Nuyorican street sound of Willie Coln. Presented in facsimile artwork and pressed on 180g vinyl. Part of Vampisouls reissue series of classic Fuentes LPs.