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Los Enemigos

Spanish rock-band los Enemigos got mixed up in regional scene in the middle-’80s, recording their initial album after to arrive initial place at Villa de Madrid’s rock contest. That initial record, known as Ferpectamente, was accompanied by 1988’s El Tío Cabal. Led by vocalist/guitarist Josele Santiago, los Enemigos became perhaps one of the most well-known local numbers through the 1990s. To enjoy their 15th wedding anniversary, the group performed five displays in Madrid, Valencia, Granada, and Santiago de Compostela, producing a twin live album known as Obras Escocidas, 1985-2000, made by Carlos Matos and released by Chewaka Information on Feb 19, 2001.

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