Tercer Acto – Eternidad De Un Instante [1997]

Country Mexico          

Style Hard Rock

Rating 85/100

Band Members Eduardo Contreras – Lead Vocals, Carlos Munoz – Drums, Gustavo Hermosillo – Guitars, Froylan Aparicio – Bass, Rafael Escalona – Keyboards

Tracks 01. Camino Al Destino (03:55), 02. Esquinas Compartidas (04:50), 03. Fingiendo Sueños (05:30), 04. Falsa Libertad (04:47), 05. Días Sin Tiempo (03:33), 06. Bajo Un Cielo Gris (05:25), 07. Borrando El Pasado (04:33), 08. Sin Tí (04:08), 09. Jamás (03:43), 10. Eternidad de Instante (04:17)

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Profile Tercer Acto begins as a group in 1994/95 when joining several bands with different experiences, Eduardo Contreras (vocals), Gus Santana (guitar), Rafael Escalona (keyboards) and John Allen (drums) start this new stage tried to play original music.

Soon found Froylan Aparicio (bass) to complete the lineup. Already with original material and playing in various locations around the Mexican capital, compete in a battle of bands in a place called “Reventown” where the first win gives them the opportunity to record their first demo, which they serve to enter the contest “Values Bacardi 96” where to stay in 2nd place that year comes the opportunity of recording contract with Fonovisa.

The recording of their first and only girls took place in Los Angeles with producer Jeff Silbar (winner of an Oscar for the theme music composition from the movie “Beaches”) and Bruce Sugar (sound engineer who has worked with Ozzy Osbourne and Ringo Star among others). The recording can be heard as a guest musician Mike Baird (Journey, Richard Marx) on drums, and different musicians that added texture to the material as Luis Conte (percussion) and Jeff Jarvis (Rod Stewart) on piano.

Passing late 96 and all 97 Eternity material promoting a moment the group remains unchanged and enters Carlos Muñoz on drums. The group was on all the TV shows of the moment and shot the video for their single Under a gray sky that was one of the most requested of the moment. It was a time of transition, the label was going through a bad time, changes and lack of direction discourages members of 3rd act and composing material for a second album that never came to be. The group disintegrates in ’98 ..

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