Label: EMI - 7243 5 97535 2 2 Series: Fundamentales Format: 3x, CD Compilation, Copy Protected Country: Mexico Genre: Rock Style: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock
During the s they experienced success around Spain and the Americas , and in various European countries including Germany , Belgium , Switzerland , France , Yugoslavia and Portugal. When the lead singer Enrique Bunbury started a solo project, other members of the band also followed a different musical path.
In , as part of a year anniversary celebration and 11 years after their break-up, they organized a concert world tour. Later Enrique Bunbury joined the line-up.
Bunbury was originally a bass player but after Juan Valdivia heard him sing a David Bowie song, Bunbury became the vocalist. At first they played in public places and made demo recordings but their breakthrough came when they participated in a music contest in Salamanca and won second place.
The supporting tour followed in , documented on the limited edition live album En Directo. In , Alan Boguslavsky joined the band. Avalancha was more hard rock than the previous albums, with songs like " Avalancha ", " Deshacer el Mundo " and " Iberia Sumergida ". The album was followed by the Avalancha tour in and , which produced the live album " Para siempre ". The band split in , though this did not stop the release of the album Rarezas in El Mar No Cesa was a limited edition and all copies 30, were sold.
The album was more pop-oriented than the band had originally wished, which made them perform live in a slightly more aggressive way so as to show the real potential of the band. A limited live album En Directo was later released capturing the energy of their concerts. It was decided though to not publish them. The tour for this album was called Senda like the song of the same name.
It took the band to America and to various European countries including Germany and Belgium; winning several gold discs on their way. According to Bunbury, the tour represented the golden times of the band. When the band gave a concert in Mexico , they met Alan Boguslavsky who would later join the band.
A, Chile, Finland and Hungary. The song "Nuestros Nombres" reached the first place in the " 40 Principales ",  being the first song of the band in a number one position. Alan Boguslavsky, baptized "el Azteca de oro" Spanish: The Golden Aztec , entered the band officially, being credited as co-composer of several songs although he did not appear in the promotional photos for the album. The album has a stronger rock style than any others before. The title track, "Avalancha", came in the first positions of charts like MTV.
The tour was the most extensive one of the band. Hasta Siempre [See you on tour in the next millennium. At the Avalancha tour, the band participated in the Monsters of Rock of Brasil in as headliners. The concert was not recorded. The coexistence during that time was difficult, and fatigue lead to increased internal conflicts.
Their last concert, was in Los Angeles on October 6, Apart from its environment, the news was surprising, but eventually came to transcend some of the reasons that had led to such a situation.
The musical differences, especially between Juan and Enrique, had led them to a distance, and these differences became personal. As remarked by Bunbury, the last months of the tour were an ordeal for him. The tour was followed by another live album, " Tour ". After the tour, singer-songwriter Enrique Bunbury announced his new album, focusing in his solo career.
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