Spanish rock group Despistaos emerged in the early 2000s, making a name for itself opening for some of the scene's best-known performers and releasing two independent records. As the band's popularity grew, DeSpistaos was offered a deal by Warner Music for the release of its third record, Lejos. The group's second disc with the multi-national powerhouse record, Vivir al Revés, was released a year later in 2007 and the single "Cada Dos Minutos" became a regular on Spanish radio and TV. The record landed a respectable place in the Top 40 on national charts. ~ Evan C. Gutierrez
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