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Hondonero

Spanish rock foursome Hondonero got involved with Málaga’s scene in 1987, playing beneath the name of Hondonero Blues. Produced by brothers José and Juan Mateo and afterwards joined up with by drummer Jaime Cableón, the music group made its initial demo, made by Tony Carmona, offering “Quiero El Trago,” “Una Noche Mas,” and “R&B,” launching a cassette structure record known as Legendary Monitors in 1990. Afterwards, Jaime Cableón still left the group, getting changed by drummer Antonio Jiménez. In 1995, Hondonero participated within a divide EP along with Pesadilla Electrónica with “1993” and “Un Largo Last.” The music group produced their first record, known as Salto Al Vacío, in 1996, that was made by Fernando Romero and released in 1997. Soon after, Felix González had taken Antonio Jiménez place, Hondonero protected Siniestro Total’s “Mas Vale Ser Punky Que Maricon De Playa,” for the compilation known as La Movida, issuing Blacksoul’s Membership, made by Sergio Casale, immediately after.

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