When it seemed the young professional swimmer would turn into a sports activities champ, Albert Plá changed his brain, picked his electric guitar, and began composing. After earning a songwriters celebration, the artist documented his first Basque record in 1989, known as Ho Sento Molt. The singer’s initial Castilian album premiered in 1992 by BMG, it had been known as No Single De Rumba Vive Un Hombre. Furthermore, Albert Plá began acting, taking part in a play known as Curacuero, alongside Marisol Galdón, within the film Airbag, and produced a significant contribution towards the soundtrack of Un Dia De la Bestia and Pedro Almodóvar’s Carne Trémula. After his recording Veintegenarios was declined because of a controversial track about a romantic relationship having a terrorist, a live record known as Veintegenarios en Alburquerque was released in 1997.