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Salón Dadá was a Peruvian post-punk band made up of Támira Bassallo, Jaime de Lama, and Juan Huamán Hoover, active in the Lima underground movement of the '80s, known as rock subterráneo. They left no official recordings, but at the end of 1986, they did record a four-track rehearsal which began to circulate as an unofficial demo, becoming a classic of the period. Ensayo 1986 (Rehearsal 1986) is now published for the first time on vinyl. Presented as a 7" EP, this new addition to the Essential Sounds collection is a companion to the Salón Dadá/Col Corazón LP Lo Que No Existe, Existe: Registros De Una Saga Post Punk En El Perú (1986-1990) (BR 116LP, 2019) which collects live recordings. Pink vinyl.