Spanish pop/rock foursome Hombres G was shaped by ex-los Residuos guitarist Daniel Mezquita, drummer Javier Molina, and singer/bassist David Summers, soon joined up with by guitarist Rafael Gutierrez. The band’s name was predicated on an American film known as G-Men. Hombres G produced its live debut at Madrid’s Rockola, documenting a demo known as Milagro En Un Congo in 1984. They quickly signed up towards the self-employed label Twins to create their debut recording, having a catchy music known as “Devuelveme A Mi Chica,” which became their 1st strike. In 1986, La Cagaste…Burt Lancaster premiered, accompanied by a South American tour. Hombres G disbanded after issuing their seventh recording, La Historia Del Bikini, in 1992 but reunited a decade later for a global teaser tour for his or her 2003 launch, Ano Que Vivimos Peligrosamente.