Among Spain’s most successful Latin pop rings through the ’80s and ’90s, Un Ultimo de la Fila was formed by Manolo García and Quimi Portet. Manolo got previously played inside a music group known as los Rápidos, alongside José Luis Pérez, Luis Visiers, and Antonio Fidel. Quimi got logged a while with Kul de Mandril. When these music artists fulfilled in 1982, they made a decision to start a fresh project called los Burros, welcoming Jordi Vila and Antonio Fidel to become listed on the lineup and putting your signature on with an unbiased label, Belter, immediately after. When los Burros split up, García and Portet continuing playing collectively under a fresh name, Un Ultimo de la Fila. Merging Latin pop/rock and roll with refined flamenco affects, the music group produced its debut with Cuando La Pobreza Entra Por La Puerta, Un Amor Sale Por La Ventana, adopted in 1986 by Enemigos De Lo Ajeno. A yr later on, the duo got the opportunity to execute in the Amnesty International display in Barcelona, playing alongside worldwide heavyweights like Bruce Springsteen, Sting, and Peter Gabriel. Un Ultimo de la Fila continuing releasing strike albums within the 1990s and continued to be a favorite concert appeal in Spain and Latin America. The group split up in January 1998, nevertheless, with Manolo García heading on to release a popular single career.