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Kiko Veneno's most commercially successful solo album, 1992's Échate un Cantecito, received the 20th anniversary deluxe reissue treatment in 2012. A seminal but erratic artist, Veneno benefited here from the key support of Radio Futura's Santiago Auserón and producer Joe Dworniak, and was thus able to focus his talents for a set that included classics such as "Lobo López," "En un Mercedes Blanco," "Echo de Menos," and "Joselito." The reissue adds a book with Veneno's recollections about the album's difficult genesis; an extra disc with demos, duets, and B-sides; and a DVD with live performances.


Born: 1952 in Gerona, Spain

Genre: Pop in Spanish

Years Active: '90s

Singer/songwriter Kiko Veneno was born in Figueres, Spain, and later settled in Sevilla making his live debut at a local university in 1971. After participating in a duet called Kiko y Germán, he joined brothers Rafael and Raimundo Amador to form Veneno, a flamenco/pop act that disbanded a year later. In 1981, Kiko Veneno made his first solo record, Seré Mecánico por Tí, produced by José Luis de Carlos. He soon created a new project called los Mártires del Compás, playing along with Chico Ocaña and...
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