Spanish pop duo Estopa, shaped by brothers José and David Muñoz, produced an extraordinary debut using their self-titled album in 2001, released by BMG-Ariola. Playing an assortment of flamenco-pop and rhumba-rock, Estopa became a top-selling take action in under a year; these were voted Revelation of the entire year and Greatest Spanish Band in the 2000 Amigo Honours. In 2001, they released Destrangis and in 2004 the smash strike ¿La Calle Sera Tuya?, which adopted a cameo appearance on Antonio Mercero’s film The 4th Ground. The duo’s following albums from the 2000s (2005’s Voces de Ultrarumba, 2008’s Allenrok, and 2009’s X Anniversarivm) didn’t quite match the achievement or product sales of their 1st record, but Dec 2011’s 2.0 saw a go back to recent glories — ironically with an update and evolution of their rumba-rock audio. It hit number 1, and remained within the graphs for most of 2012. Esto Sera Estopa, released in 2014 in audio and video deals, debuted at number 1 in Spain and spent almost a year within the very best Ten — plus high graph looks in Italy and Mexico. Not really disappointing their followers at all, the Muñoz brothers came back in 2015 with Rumba a lo Desconocido.