Javier Lebandon, commonly known by his artistic name, Un Arrebato, has met with great critical and business success in the wonderful world of rock and roll andaluz. Hailing from Sevilla, with a distinctive mixture of flamenco, rhumba, and pop designs, Lebandon provides impressed viewers and won supporters around his indigenous Spain. Producing his recording profession debut in 2001 using the discharge of Un Arrebato, offering the one “Poquito a Poco,” Lebandon marketed an extraordinary 70,000 copies. More than the next 2 yrs, Un Arrebato would play a lot more than 50 concerts around Spain. Lebandon’s second record would be fulfilled with similar passion. Released in 2003 and entitled Una Noche con Arte, the record directed to capture the knowledge that audiences appreciated in the live concerts. In 2005, Lebandon attained a great achievement using the discharge of his third record, Que Salga un Sol por Donde Quiere, which marketed 350,000 copies and continued to be on local graphs for 60 direct weeks. Though many performers would wait a substantial time frame before launching a assortment of their strikes, Grandes Exitos to enter the market past due in 2005. The record features cherished music like “Delinquentes” and “Me Gusta lo que Soy” along with brand-new materials like “No Puedo Mas” as well as the Los Chunguitos cover “Carmen.” Not really content with halting there, Un Arrebato continued to release El Cuartito Pa Mis Cosas (2006), Mundología (2008), and Lo Que un Viento Me Dejó (2010). In 2012, Campamento Labandón premiered, accompanied by a 2013 tour of Spain.