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Mexican alternative dance threesome Titán were shaped in the first ’90s by ex-Melamina Ponderosa guitarist Julian Lede, keyboardist Emilio Acevedo, and bassist Andrés Sánchez, later on replaced by ex-Fobia drummer/bassist Jay de la Cueva. The group documented its debut LP, Terrordisco, in 1995. After registering to Tombola! in 1999, Titán released an EP offering “C’mon Have the Sound,” shortly debuting on MTV Latino. Their follow-up recording, Elevator, made by Paco Huidobro, Craig Burrell, Ross Harris, and Michael Franti, presented the hit solitary “1,2,3,4.” Making use of their improved publicity, Titán spent a lot of the year ahead touring the U.S. and European countries. A self-titled, self-released LP, Titán, found its way to 2005, and the group essentially continued hiatus. Over ten years later, Titán combined up with Uk maker Nick Launey (Nick Cave & the Poor Seeds, Arcade Open fire) to create their long-awaited 4th recording, Dama. Released in 2016, the recording presented collaborations with a number of different vocalists, including Gary Numan and Siobhan Fahey.

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