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Heroes Del Silencio
Formed by Enrique Bunbury, H?roes del Silencio is a Spanish rock band from Zaragoza. They experienced great success around Spain and The Americas, and various European countries, such as Germany, Belgium, Switzerland or France in the 1990s, becoming one of the most successful Spanish Acts in history of The Rock En Espa?ol Scene. The band broke up in 1997 after ten years and numerous albums. As part of a 20-year anniversary celebration and 10 years after their break-up in 2007, they are participating in a 10-concert world tour.
H?roes del Silencio was formed in Spain during the mid-'80s. The band comprises singer/guitarist Enrique Bunbury, lead guitarist Juan Valdivia, second guitarist Alan Boguslavsky, bassist Joaquin Cardiel and drummer Pedro Andreu, H?roes del Silencio quickly gained a fervent local following; among their fans was Ole Ole member Gustavo Montesano, who helped the group win a contract with EMI. In late 1987 they issued their debut EP, H?roe de Leyenda; it was well received by both critics and audiences, and their 1989 full-length effort El Mar No Cesa went platinum within weeks of its release. 1990's Senderos de Traici?n immediately topped the Spanish charts, and in 1991 H?roes del Silencio appeared at the Rock Against Racism festival in Berlin, resulting in enormous popularity throughout Germany as well. The double live LP Parasiempre followed in 1996, and in 1998 H?roes del Silencio returned with Rarezas, a collection of rare and unreleased tracks.
They are considered the most significant Rock band in Spain for a number of reasons: one, if for the great commotion and fans that they created and the other reason is because they were the first Spanish band that was famous and kept on doing their lyrics in Spanish. This made them win recognition from the King of Spain for distributing the Spanish language around the world. The band did frequent world tours especially in Latin America and Los Angeles. Due to different artistic ideology and goals the band broke up in 1997, Enrique Bunbury reserved his solo career and produced albums Like Radical Sonora and others.
In 2007, Heroes del Silencio agreed to participate in a 10 concert exclusive world-wide tour in ten cities around the world. Currently, the band is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their first performances and it has also been 10 years since their disbanding in 1997. The first concert will take place in Guatemala City on September 15, followed by Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Zaragoza, Spain, Seville, Spain and Valencia, Spain, which will close the '07 Tour.
Enrique Bunbury as voice
Joaquin Cardiel as bass
Juan Valdivia as guitar
Pedro Andreu as drum
Alan Boguslavsky 1993 as secondary guitar