A techno-pop music group from Spain, Mecano were formed in the first ’80s by brothers Nacho and José María Cano, who have been joined by vocalist Ana Torroja. As the Spanish fresh wave, referred to as Movida Madrileña, was at its highest popularity, Mecano burst in to the regional picture with “Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar,” an individual released by CBS in 1981. They released “Perdido en Mi Habitación” that same 12 months. Mecano’s debut recording was offered live at Madrid’s Palace Resort in March of 1982. Immediately after, the music group started touring the united states, with Javier de Juan playing drums and Manolo Aguilar on bass. In 1983, Nacho Cano started composing for additional acts, you start with Rubin’s “Me He Enamorado de el Lover,” also creating a music group called Betty Troupe and dealing with La Unión. Later on, José María Cano began songwriting for regional stars such as for example Ana Belén and Massiel. In 1986, the coming in contact with ballad “Me Cuesta Tanto Olvidarte” strike the charts around Latin America. The next 12 months, Mecano’s “Cruz de Navajas” was voted Greatest Song of the entire year in Spain. Furthermore, the French edition from the group’s “Mujer Contra Mujer” (“Une Femme Avec une Femme”) continued to be near the top of the main music graphs in France for seven weeks. After Mecano’s exhaustive 1991 world-wide tour, the band’s people finally made a decision to head out independently. In 1998 the trio reunited briefly for the discharge of Ana, Jose, Nacho — a double-disc greatest-hits collection that highlighted eight brand-new songs — and then split once more a few a few months later. Rumours of a fresh single and globe tour in 2012 didn’t materialize.