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Spanish pop/rock band Chucho was formed by singer/guitarist Fernando Alfaro after Surfin' Bichos disbanded in 1994, who was soon joined by ex-República Gorila bassist Carlos Rodríguez and drummer Javier Fernández. The group recorded a self-titled EP in 1995, released by independent Limbo Starr Records. Chucho's first album, called 78, was recorded after signing up to Virgin in 1997; the album includes "El Detonador EMX-3," which was featured in the movie soundtrack of Alejandro Amenabar's Abre Los Ojos.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Magic - (3:26) - 529 plays
- La Mente Del Monstruo - (3:38) - 297 plays
- Revolución - (4:27) - 205 plays
- El Detonador EMX-3 - (5:16) - 179 plays
- Cirujano Patafísico - (2:58) - 110 plays
- El Mundo en un Segundo - (4:10) - 116 plays
- Un Angel Turbio - (3:57) - 146 plays
- Abre Todas Las Ventanas - (4:02) - 126 plays
- Hamorambre - (2:52) - 98 plays
- En El Rascacielos - (2:35) - 100 plays
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