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Olé Olé - Adiós Album

Olé Olé - Adiós Album
  • Performer: Olé Olé
  • Title: Adiós
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Cat #: 006 8 76009 7
  • Label: Hispavox
  • Country: Spain
  • Date of release: 1993
  • Style: Disco
  • FLAC size 2441 mb
  • MP3 size: 2829 mb
  • Record From Vinyl, 7", Single, Promo




CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EMI-97.109Ole Ole Adios ‎(12", Maxi, Promo)EMIEMI-97.109Venezuela1992


  • ProducerJorge Alvarez
  • Written-ByG. Montesano


  • Rights Society: SGAE


HTML code. Album station. Adios Muchachos. Ole Guapa. Olé Olé is the debut 1983 album of Spanish pop group Olé Olé for CBS Records. The album established the success of the group with 100,000 sales. Necesito más Gustavo Montesano 3:35. El mayor secreto Gustavo Montesano 3:43. No controles Nacho Cano 4:00. Alguien Gustavo Montesano 3:42. Todo mi amor no es para ti Luis Carlos Esteban 3:32. Conspiración Habanera de Carmen Georges Bizet, Luis Gómez Escalar 3:23. Adrenalina Luis Carlos Esteban 2:59. Olé Olé. Pop 1983. While a little less immediate than its predecessor-which combined the boldness of R&B and the forcefulness of old-school rock with funk and garage strokes-Saca la Lengua shows Los Ronaldos with greater restlessness and openness of mind. They expanding their style without blurring their contours and come up with two timeless classi. Ole, Ole, Ole. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Astor Silva. Brazil 2014 Official Party Album. Sports Theme Team. Charo - Olé Olé 1978. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Disco Soul Funk. Songs in album Charo - Olé Olé 1978. Charo - Ole Ole. Charo - Concierto De Aranjuez. Olé Olé band. The story of Olé Olé began in 1982, when the CBS label decided to create a new techno-pop group in the Mecano line. The one in charge of choosing the members was Argentine producer Jorge Álvarez, who also produced the first Mecano records. This is how Luis Carlos Esteban met, who came from the group Trastos, Emilio Estecha, from the group Plástico and Juan Tarodo . The fourth single, Adiós, was barely promoted. It was a song composed by Marcelo Montesano about the phenomenon of immigration. Olé Olé was one of the most popular bands to emerge from Spain in the 1980s. Formed in 1982, Vicky Larraz was the original lead singer from 1982-1986 recording two albums. With Larraz the group had huge hits in Spain such as No controles & Voy a mil. In 1986 Marta Sánchez replaced Larraz & the group gained international fame in Lat read more. View concert statistics of Adiós by Olé Olé played live. Check out who covered the song and in which years it was played and how often. Adiós by Olé Olé. Total Plays 2 times by 1 Artist. From the release Al descubierto Album. First Played in Concert March 6, 1993 by Olé Olé at Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, Spain. Most Recently Played July 23, 1993 by Olé Olé at Campo de futbol Puerta Bonita, Carabanchel, Spain. Report a problem: Wrong album assigned. Performing Artists. Olé, Olé album - Olé, Olé Studio album by Rachid Taha Released 1995 Genre Raï, Dance, Electronica Label Mango, Barclay Producer Steve Hillage Rachid Taha chronology Rachid Taha 1993 Olé, Olé 1995 Carte Label. Al Descubierto. EMI Music Distribution

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