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En la Playa

Hombres G

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En la Playa is a live duet acoustic CD/DVD release by '80s Spanish pop icons Hombres G. Recorded at the Cádiz hotel El Varadero de Zahara with guests Pereza, Miguel Bosé, Ana Torroja, Albert Hammond, Ha*Ash, Dani Martín, and Álvaro Urquijo, it features warm, campfire versions of some of the band's many hits, such as "Temblando," "Voy a Pasármelo Bien," "Venezia," and "Devuélveme a Mi Chica," as well as a new song, "Si Seguimos Así." It should be noted that the CD and DVD share only roughly half of the tracks, and that while the DVD captures Hombres G and their friends live at the beach, the versions included on the CD were subsequently retouched in the studio.

Biography

Genre: Alternative and Latin Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Spanish pop/rock foursome Hombres G was formed by ex-los Residuos guitarist Daniel Mezquita, drummer Javier Molina, and singer/bassist David Summers, soon joined by guitarist Rafael Gutierrez. The band's name was based on an American movie called G-Men. Hombres G made its live debut at Madrid's Rockola, recording a demo called Milagro En El Congo in 1984. They soon signed up to the independent label Twins to make their debut album, featuring a catchy song called "Devuelveme A Mi Chica," which became...
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En la Playa, Hombres G
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  • 5,99 €
  • Genres: Pop Latino, Music, Latino
  • Released: 29 November 2011

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