18 Songs, 50 Minutes


About Los Fresones Rebeldes

Spanish pop/rock band Los Fresones Rebeldes was formed in 1995 after a project created by ex-Síndrome Tóxico Miguel López Blanco and ex-Los Bretones José Joaquín Spada, called Pepito Sex, was joined by Cristina. They later changed their name to Surfin Eyes and finally to Los Fresones Rebeldes. After issuing the group's first single, called "Al Amanecer," Subterfuge Records released their first album, ¡Es Que No Hay Manera!, in 1997. A year later, singer Eva María González and drummer Sergi Farregut joined in, soon, recording Exitos 99, released in 2000. ~ Drago Bonacich