Los Mockers- Original Recordings 1965-1967 LP. Had they been born in an English-speaking part of the world, a compilation like this would have been released years ago, for they would surely be one of the best known groups of the ’60s. But Los Mockers happened to live in a small place in South America called Uruguay, something you’ll hardly believe when you listen to their music. This album collects the entirety of Los Mockers' original recordings, including an LP, several singles, and a cover of the Rolling Stones' seminal 'Paint It Black.' The record is presented in gorgeous hi-fi, pressed on durable 180 gram vinyl. Los Mockers are widely regarded as one of the best Latin American bands to emerge from the Uruguayan Invasion of the '60s. Los Mockers modeled themselves heavily on the Rolling Stones, covering many of their songs. Vocalist Polo Pereira emulates Mick Jagger's early snarl more accurately than anyone else from that time period. These are pressed on beefy 180 gram wax.