One of Spain's most successful Latin pop bands during the '80s and '90s, El Ultimo de la Fila were formed by Manolo García and Quimi Portet. The musicians met in 1982 and initially played together in Los Burros, eventually forming El Ultimo de la Fila when their first band broke up. Combining Latin pop/rock with subtle flamenco influences, El Ultimo de la Fila performed at the Amnesty International show in 1986, playing alongside international heavyweights like Bruce Springsteen, and remained popular in Spanish-speaking countries for another decade. The group broke up in January 1998, though, with Manolo García going on to launch a popular solo career. ~ Andrew Leahey
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