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Buscando Lio (2007)
Una Raza contra el Viento (2005)
Quitamancha (2002)
No es una Question de Suerte (2000)
El Pelo en la Lecha (1998)



Argentina is the birthplace of a Christian rock band that has brought vibrant, joy-filled music to both young and old listeners throughout Latin America. Mixing ska, soul and reggae, these musicians were the pioneers of a unique style in their home country. The group's name is Rescate, meaning Rescue. Beginning in the early 1990s, the group Rescate has enjoyed 12 years of successful music ministry. Over and over, these young men have demonstrated their musical skills, playing rock music with remarkable energy and commitment. Their desire is to reach young people for Christ through the medium of music, a language that draws young people to listen, understand and apply spiritual truths. Over the past two years, Rescate has visited more than 60 cities in more than 10 countries of North America, reaching an audience of more than 500,000 people. Their recording career began in 1992, with the album "Puentes para madurar," or "Bridges to Maturity." This project demonstrated the group's spiritual commitment and popularity. In 1994, they released "Remix No Religion." This album, together with "Bridges to Maturity," showed the group's desire to use music to evangelize the young people of their own country. Their fourth project, released in 1997, "The Hair in the Milk," was recorded with a different goal in mind. This album broadened the group's appeal to a wider audience and opened the door to a new market, breaking down barriers with a crossover product that was not labeled as "religious." Their next album, "It's Not a Question of Luck," recorded in 2000, is full of poetry and is very Latin. This album provided the group's expansion beyond the borders of its native Argentina, achieving a resounding success and growing popularity throughout Latin America. Well-known Christian leaders and singers have invited Rescate to participate in numerous events, allowing the group to reach thousands of young people throughout the continent. The group Rescate recently took a new direction, signing a book contract with Editorial Vida. Group members will communicate their message in a book, "Hasta Lo Ultimo de la Tierra" (Until the Ends of the Earth). The book will take readers on not only a tour of the cities visited during the group's concert tours, but also will review the most spiritually edifying experiences of their ministry. "Quitamancha" or "Stain Remover," the newest musical release from Rescate, is an entertaining and contemporary project. Under the artistic direction of Jan Blas Caballero, winner of the Grammy Award for producer of the best Latin Hip Hop recording of 2001, "Quitamancha" features a fusion of rhythmic styles ranging from reggae, ska and Latin dance to the energetic rock style for which they are best known. Guests artists includes such distinguished musicians as Abraham Laboriel. The album also features guest appearances from well-known singers such as Mark Mohr, lead singer for Christafari, on the song "No More," and Guillermo Novelli, singer with the well-known pop group "La Mosca," who sang on the remix version of "Amores Como Vos" (Loves Like You). In 2003 Rescate traveled for the first time to Europe to participate in a tour with Petra and the Paul Colman Trio. This opened the Anglo-Saxon market for them, and Rescate began to travel to festivals as the only Latin band, making history in countries like Germany and Switzerland and in well know festivals like Freakstock. By 2004 the band had toured in 25 countries. One of the tours during this year consisted of 120 concerts, and a European tour of 35 concerts in 50 days for seven different countries, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, Italy, Holland, Ireland and Slovakia. The statistics are impressive, but maybe this moment should be portrayed in a recording that demonstrates that it is not just Rescate, but thousands of young people who live against the current of the times, and believe that they can live their lives without contaminating themselves. The essence of Christ on the streets. So the people from Sony Music proposed the possibility of editing the 6th record with Rescate. A Race against the Wind was launched in September of 2004, a live recording which represents the freshest and most powerful work of their career. 20 songs in front of 3 thousand people in a theater in Buenos Aires. A recording that perfectly reflects the spirit of this band. Today you can buy these recordings in stores all over the country. Sony Music launched the recording in countries like Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela and Puerto Rico. It would seem normal that Christian Rock would finally have its place but. . . . You may have read the first paragraphs and then this one to realize that all of this is accomplished only by the will of the One who created them and sent them. Its strange, but after a little more than 10 years, Christian Rock participates in the main Rock events of Argentina. Rescate has opened for some of the most important festivals in the country. Festivals lik