Andrés Calamaro began his music career at a very early age (17 years old). Later, he joined Los Abuelos de la Nada, which recorded five albums between 1982 and 1986. During the 80s, he also joined many other bands (as a guest). In 1984 Calamaro recorded his first solo album: "Hotel Calamaro". By 1991 he went to Spain and founded Los Rodríguez. This band released its last album in 1997. In 1995 Calamaro composed the soundtrack for two movies: "Caballos Salvajes" and "1000 Boomerangs". In 2000 he released a 5-CD album called "El salmón". He later recorded a new album in 2004.