Known as one of the major acts of the Spanish New Wave, los Secretos was formed in 1980 by brothers Javier, Enrique, and Alvaro Urquijo, who where joined by a temporary drummer. After three active years, the foursome became a duet in 1983, with Alvaro and Enrique Urquijo playing their own pop/rock tunes. Later, drummer Steve Jordan, bassist Nacho Lles, and guitarist Ramón Arroyo joined the act, returning as a group with the release of El Primer Cruce and an album called Continuará. In 1988, after they were joined by keyboardist Jesús Redondo, the band issued a live record, called Directo, the first one to achieve gold status. Los Secretos disbanded by the end of the 1990s. Soon after, the group's members got involved in different projects. ~ Drago Bonacich, RoviPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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