In 1991, five guys from Vigo, Spain formed Los Piratas -- virtually nobody would have guessed they would become one of the most influential pop/rock bands in Spanish music history. Their early albums were more teen-oriented rock, along the lines of bands like Hombres G, but with 1995's Poligamia, the band matured and began producing immense hits: "Promesas Que No Valen Nada," "La Sal," "Mi Tercer Pié," a Tequila version of "Dime Que Me Quieres," "M," "Mi Matadero Clandestino," and "Te Echaré de Menos." Aside from their singles, 2001's Ultrasónica LP was easily one of the best albums of its genre in Spanish music history. ~ Alfonso Goiriz
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