Spanish alternative pop/rock trio Presuntos Implicados started getting involved in the local rock scene after winning a music contest with a song called "En El Transistor." In 1984, the band signed with RCA. However, their original funky style on their debut album entitled Danzad, Danzad Malditos failed to catch on. As a result, the newcomer band teamed up with Nacho Maño to make a definitive turn in their musical direction. Alma de Blues became their first certified double-platinum record. The successful Ser de Agua and El Pan y La Sal followed in 1992 and 1994, respectively. In 1999, WEA released Presuntos Implicados' ambitious and interesting Version Original, featuring covers of some of the most popular Latin hits ever. ~ Drago BonacichPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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