To promote the album, the band toured extensively within Venezuela sharing the stage with some of the most important acts in Latin America, such as Illya Kuriaky and the Valderramas, Aterciopelados, Los Tres, Los Pericos, Hombres G, Los Amigos Invisibles, Juanes, King Changó, La Mosca Tsé Tsé, Caramelos de Cianuro, Genitallica, Desorden Público, Guaco and Molotov. The band's second album titled Camina (Walk) was released in 2004 and represented an important musical evolution for the band, which shifted towards a more distinctive sound, based on a more distorted, rock-based style. This record lead the band to another national tour, this time sponsored by well established brands, such as Pepsi. Camina won Fauna international recognition, and was chosen by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the best 50 records of the year.
In addition, it won the best album of the year in the Urbe Awards (the most important music awards ceremony in Venezuela) In 2006, the band released its third album titled Fauna. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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