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Enrique Bunbury started his singing and songwriting career in 1986 as a member of the legendary Spanish rock band Héroes del Silencio. The group was together for ten years, during which they recorded four studio albums that redefined Spanish rock, including their pop debut, "El Mar No Cesa" (1988), "Senderos de Traición" (1990), "El Espíritu del Vino" (1993) and "Avalancha" (1996). While the band kept traveling on international tours, releasing hits and accumulating fans with unprecedented success in Spain, Bunbury continued to grow as a singer—defining his character, a restless musician, an exceptional lyricist and unique figure in the Spanish musical scene.
In 1996, Bunbury embarked on a solo career and released the electronic-rock album, “Radical Sonora.” Bunbury has since released several studio albums including “Pequeño” (1999), “Flamingos” (2002), “Hellville de Luxe” (2008), “Las Consecuencias” (2010) and most recently “Expectativas” (2019), which reached the top spot on the Productores de Música de España Spanish Albums Chart.