Spanish rock-band Nu started taking part in in 1975, led by singer/songwriter Juan Carlos Molina. After putting your signature on with Beverly Information, the foursome participated in an area compilation, soon shifting to the indie Chapa label and documenting their debut record, Cuentos de Ayer y de Hoy. The lineup contains Enrique Ballesteros on drums, Jose Maria Garcia on electric guitar, Fracois Andre on violin, and Jorge Calvo on bass. Afterwards, guitarist Eduardo Pinilla changed Jose Maria Garcia and drummer Raul Garrido had taken Enrique Ballesteros’ place, documenting 1980’s A Golpe de Latigo, accompanied by 1983’s Fuego, which highlighted the strike “Mas Duro Que Nunca.” In 1984, with Alejandro Colantonio on drums and Jose Luis Ajenjo on bass, Nu documented Acorralado Por Ti, made by Robin Dark. On Feb 7 and 8, 1986, live shows at Madrid’s Sala Canciller had been recorded and afterwards released as No Hay Ningun Loco. Another live record was produced at the same place on Apr 24, 1992. In 2000, Nu celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with a restricted edition of the unplugged show documented in 1998, an recording known as Cuatro Gatos, and a greatest-hits compilation, Coleccion.