Named following the Moving Rocks’ album Goats Mind Soup, Sopa de Cabra are believed among the pioneers from the Rock and roll Catala movement. Previously of Ninyin’s Mine Employees Union Music group, guitarist Joan “Ninyin” Cardona and bassist Francesc “Cuco” Lisicic teamed up with frontman Gerard Quintana, guitarist Josep Thio and drummer Josep “Pep” Bosch to create the music group in 1986. Pursuing two successful information, 1989’s self-titled debut and 1990’s La Roda, Sopa de Cabra cemented their position as Catalonia’s biggest music group using a historical concert on the Palau Sant Jordi in 1991, but continued to alienate a lot of their group of fans with 1993’s Spanish-sung flop Mundo Infierno. Nevertheless, they shortly restored their popularity using a string of important and commercial achievement through the entire ’90s before contacting it per day soon after 2001’s Plou I Fa Sol. Simply 90 days after their last show in the Razzmatazz Pub, founding member Cardona dropped his struggle with cancer of the colon, and four years later on the group briefly reconvened to record a fresh track in memory space of its past due guitarist, “Seguirem Somiant,” which made an appearance around the tribute recording Podré Tornar Enrere. In 2011, Sopa de Cabra announced some seven reunion displays in Barcelona, Girona, and Tarragona to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary.