|1||El Chico De La Tapa|
|2||A Las Piedras De Belén|
|3||Ciudad De Pobres Corazones|
|5||Dar Es Dar|
|7||Bailando Hasta Que Se Vaya La Noche|
|8||Dando Vueltas En El Aire|
|9||De Mil Novecientos Veinte|
|10||Fuga En Tabú|
|11||Gente Sin Swing|
|12||Nada Más Preciado|
Rodolfo "Fito" Páez Ávalos (born March 13, 1963 in Rosario, Santa Fe Province) is an Argentine popular rock and roll pianist, lyricist, Spanish language singer and film director.
His real name is Rodolfo Páez, like his father. When he was a child people called him "Rodolfito" (in Spanish, an affectionate form of "Rodolfo") to distinguish him from his father. With the passage of time, this nickname became just "Fito", and that is where his stage name came from.
He formed Staff, his first band when he was 13. In 1977, he played in El Banquete with Rubén Goldín and Jorge Llonch. He began to perform solo in pubs the following year.