Celtas Cortos are a Celtic rock band from Spain whose popularity spans multiple decades and whose music is eclectic, drawing from a wide range of styles. Some of the band's most well-regarded songs include "20 de Abril" (1991) and "Tranquilo Majete" (1993). Formed in 1986 in Valladolid, Spain, the band made their full-length album debut in 1989 with Salida de Emergencia, a collection of Celtic rock instrumentals. Their second album, Gente Impresentable (1990), was the first to include vocals and lyrics. The band released new albums regularly during the '90s but later disintegrated; the founding members regrouped for the 20th anniversary double-disc effort 20 Soplando Versos (2006). The follow-up album, 40 de Abril (2008), proved especially popular, debuting within the Top Five of the Spanish albums chart. Introversiones appeared in 2010. ~ Jason Birchmeier
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