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Enanitos Verdes

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Siglos De Amor Enanitos Verdes, León Gieco 04:42
Luz De Dia Enanitos Verdes 04:28
Frances Limon Enanitos Verdes 05:17
Lamento Boliviano Enanitos Verdes 03:43
La Muralla Verde Enanitos Verdes 02:44
Tu Carcel Enanitos Verdes 04:02
Buscando la Manera Enanitos Verdes 02:59
Tus Viejas Cartas (En Vivo) Enanitos Verdes 03:40
Eterna Soledad Enanitos Verdes 02:54
Mi Primer Dia Sin Ti Enanitos Verdes 04:30

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El Extraño del Pelo Largo (En Vivo)
Mejor No Hablemos de Amor (En Vivo)
El Ataque de las Chicas Cocodrilo (En Vivo)

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Grammy-nominated Argentinian rockers Enanitos Verdes ("Little green men") assembled in Mendoza, Argentina in 1979. Originally composed of bassist, keyboardist and vocalist Marciano Cantero, guitarist Felipe Staiti and drummer Daniel Piccolo, the group spent their early years building up a local fanbase in Mendoza and Buenos Aires, before adding two new members – Sergio Embrioni (guitar and vocals) and Tito Dávila (keyboard) – and releasing their first album, Los Enanitos Verdes. Two years later, they made their major-label debut for Sony BMG with Contrarreloj, produced by the Latin Grammy-winning Andrés Calamaro. The band's third album, Habitaciones Extrañas, landed in 1987, again produced by Calamaro. A year after the release of Enanitos Verdes' fourth LP Carrousel (1988) – which spawned the hit song "Guitarras Blancas" – the band split up. They returned in 1992 with a gold-selling album, Igual Que Ayer; their first for EMI. Four more albums followed and in 1998 Enanitos Verdes signed a deal with US label Polygram for Tracción Acústica, which not only made Enanitos Verdes the first Argentinian group to sign with a US company but also earned them a Grammy nomination in the Best Latin Rock Album category. Enanitos Verdes continued to release albums throughout the 2000s and 2010s, including  2010's Inéditos and Tic Tac in 2013. Former guitarist Sergio Embrioni died by suicide in 2011. In subsequent years the band has continued to perform live, touring the US with Spanish Hombres G in 2018.