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Album Review

Though less successful than the Spanish duo's 1999 eponymous album debut, Estopa's second album, Destrangis (2001), was nonetheless a huge hit for the Latin rock band from Cornellà, Spain, whose style draws from rhumba as well as flamenco traditions. Highlights of the 13-track album include the singles "Partiendo la Pana" and "Vino Tinto." A retitled edition of the album, Más Destrangis (2002), adds three new songs: a pair of live recordings, "El Yonki" and "Madre," and a studio recording, "Quieto Parao."


Formed: 1999 in Barcelona, Spain

Genre: Pop in Spanish

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Spanish pop duo Estopa, formed by brothers José and David Muñoz, made an impressive debut with their self-titled album in 2001, released by BMG-Ariola. Playing a mixture of flamenco-pop and rhumba-rock, Estopa became a top-selling act in less than a year; they were voted Revelation of the Year and Best Spanish Band at the 2000 Amigo Awards. In 2001, they released Destrangis and in 2004 the smash hit ¿La Calle Es Tuya?, which followed a cameo appearance on Antonio Mercero's film The 4th Floor. The...
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