Spain, unlike various other countries in continental European countries, had not been a hotbed of garage area rock within the ’60s, but there have been several Spanish rings. From recorded proof, the best of the had been Los Cheyenes, a Barcelona group who wrote the majority of their riff-heavy materials. They often times sounded as an incredibly raw deviation of the first Kinks, with Merseybeat tranquility and folk-rock affects aswell. Unlike garage rings from almost every other non-English-speaking countries, Los Cheyenes sang within their indigenous tongue, and even though it could make their stuff much less approachable for a few collectors, the majority of their EPs and singles had been pretty strong. Not that successful within their very own nation, Los Cheyenes had been pressured to commercialize their audio by their label, and split up in 1967.