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El Ultimo de la Fila - Nuevo Pequeño Catalogo de Seres y Estares (1990)

El Ultimo de la Fila - Nuevo Pequeño Catalogo de Seres y Estares (1990)
Spanish Pop-Rock | EAC APE + CUE +LOG (276MB - 3 parts ) | EAC LAME MP3 CBR (104 MB )
COVERS + LYRICS | Total Time: 42:36

Latin pop/rock band from Spain El Ultimo de la Fila was formed in the mid-'80s by Manolo García and Quimi Portet. Manolo was previously playing in a band called los Rápidos, along with José Luis Pérez, Luis Visiers, and Antonio Fidel. Quimi was playing in a group called Kul de Mandril. When these musicians met in 1982, they decided to start a new project named los Burros, inviting Jordi Vila and Antonio Fidel to join in, signing up to an independent label called Belter soon after. When los Burros broke up, García and Portet started playing as El Ultimo de la Fila, debuting with an album called Cuando La Pobreza Entra Por La Puerta, El Amor Sale Por La Ventana, which was followed by 1986's Enemigos De Lo Ajeno. A year later, the duet had the opportunity to perform at the Amnesty International show in Barcelona, playing along with Bruce Springsteen, Sting, and Peter Gabriel. After touring all over Spain and many countries in Latin America, El Ultimo de la Fila broke up in January of 1998. ~ Drago Bonacich, All Music Guide

El Ultimo de la Fila - Nuevas Mezclas (1987)  Music

Posted by martinius at Sept. 25, 2007
El Ultimo de la Fila - Nuevas Mezclas (1987)

El Ultimo de la Fila - Nuevas Mezclas (1987)
Spanish pop-rock | EAC-LAME MP3 320kbps CBR | 97 MB | COVERS + LYRICS + LOG | Total Time: 41:41
Spanish pop-rock | EAC-APE+CUE| 280 MB | COVERS + LYRICS + LOG | Total Time: 41:41

Latin pop/rock band from Spain El Ultimo de la Fila was formed in the mid-'80s by Manolo García and Quimi Portet. Manolo was previously playing in a band called los Rápidos, along with José Luis Pérez, Luis Visiers, and Antonio Fidel. Quimi was playing in a group called Kul de Mandril. When these musicians met in 1982, they decided to start a new project named los Burros, inviting Jordi Vila and Antonio Fidel to join in, signing up to an independent label called Belter soon after. When los Burros broke up, García and Portet started playing as El Ultimo de la Fila, debuting with an album called Cuando La Pobreza Entra Por La Puerta, El Amor Sale Por La Ventana, which was followed by 1986's Enemigos De Lo Ajeno. A year later, the duet had the opportunity to perform at the Amnesty International show in Barcelona, playing along with Bruce Springsteen, Sting, and Peter Gabriel. After touring all over Spain and many countries in Latin America, El Ultimo de la Fila broke up in January of 1998. ~ Drago Bonacich, All Music Guide