Spanish substitute act Café Quijano got mixed up in regional rock scene in 1996 when brothers Manuel, Oscar, and Raúl Quijano, motivated by their father, a specialist singer, made a decision to record a demo and organize a live show at León’s Emperador Theatre. Immediately after, the music group was registering to Warner, issuing a self-titled record in 1998, accompanied by a tour around Spain. Café Quijano loan consolidation came with the discharge of La Extraordinaria Paradoja del Sonido Quijano, an experimental record where in fact the music group combines rock and roll with well-known Latin rhythms such as for example rumba, guaracha, boy, and mambo. That record became the group’s initial platinum record. Taberna del Buda made an appearance in springtime 2001.