El Niño Gusano
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El Niño Gusano was a psychedelia-influenced Spanish indie pop band formed in 1993 in Zaragoza. Their whimsical lyrics and naïve musical approach made them stand out among the low-brow indie crowd. Their music could best be described as a mixture of Syd Barrett and circus march, with some modern indie rock sensitivity added to the mix. After their break-up in 1999, Sergio Algora, their singer and most prolific songwriter, went on to write fiction and eventually played at Muy Poca Gente and the indie "super-group" La Costa Brava with the frontman of Australian Blonde...
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Pon Tu Mente Al Sol - (4:45) - 877 plays
- La Mujer Potuguesa - (3:10) - 269 plays
- Mr. Camping - (3:07) - 291 plays
- Pelícano - (2:46) - 263 plays
- El Rey Ha Muerto - (3:40) - 300 plays
- Creo Que Te Voy A Dejar (Bueno No Sé) - (1:55) - 283 plays
- Vicente Del Bosque - (3:49) - 189 plays
- Menta - (2:38) - 168 plays
- Conde Duque - (2:58) - 131 plays
- El Hombre Bombilla - (3:18) - 110 plays
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