Pop-meets-rockabilly group Duncan Dhu had been shaped in San Sebastian in 1984 by musicians Mikel Erentxun, Diego Vasallo, and Juan Ramon Viles. The band’s debut disk, Por Tierras Escocesas, to enter the market hard, offering a lot more than 175,000 copies. The record’s strike one, “Cien Gaviotas,” was called song of the entire year because of its solid radio existence. Duncan Dhu’s sophomore discharge, Un Grito del Tiempo, fulfilled and exceeded the high product sales expectations established by its forerunner, offering around 400,000 copies in 1987. Within an uncommon move toward exclusivity, the band’s third discharge, Grabaciones Oldivada, was limited by just 50,000 copies. That same season, bandmember Viles still left the group to pursue a single career, marked with the discharge of his top double-CD, Autobiografia. Vasallo implemented fit with Cabaret Pop quickly thereafter, and Duncan Dhu had been put on keep as the bandmembers branched out to explore their single professions. The group produced its go back to the limelight in 1992 using the discharge of Supernova. The album’s discharge was designated by a massive concert in Sevilla, with an increase of than 120,000 in attendance. Some single follow-up records shortly implemented, including Naufragios (Erentxun) and Realidad Virtual de Rock and roll ‘n’ Move (Vasallo). A assortment of their functions from 1985-1998 premiered in 2000, accompanied by an original studio room record entitled Crepusculo in 2001. In 2005, the band’s effect on Spanish rock and roll was honored by performers and groups such as for example Alex Ubago, Hombres G, and La Oreja de Vehicle Gogh, the popular recording artists making their favorite tunes from Duncan Dhu’s tremendous catalog of strikes.