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Seru Giran

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Salir De La Melancolía Seru Giran 02:05
Peperina Seru Giran 03:40
Viernes, 3AM Seru Giran 04:25
Perro Andaluz Seru Giran 04:56
La Grasa de las Capitales Seru Giran 04:28
Llorando En El Espejo Seru Giran 04:02
Noche de Perros Seru Giran 06:33
Encuentro Con El Diablo Seru Giran 05:23
Yo No Quiero Volverme Tan Loco Seru Giran 02:53
Los Sobrevivientes Seru Giran 03:48

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Serú Girán was an Argentine supergroup made up of Charly García, David Lebón, Pedro Aznar, and Oscar Moro, all of whom had made names for themselves in various musical projects. The band was founded in 1978, after the dissolution of Charly García’s band La Máquina De Hacer Pájaros. The band released their debut album titled Serú Girán that same year, and premiered it with a grand live performance backed by a 24-piece orchestra. Their follow-up album, 1979’s La Grasa de las Capitales, pushed them to further heights of popularity. The following year Serú Girán released the album Bicicleta, which saw the group tackling the realities of the Argentinian socio-political situation of the early 1980s using metaphors from Alice in Wonderland to avoid government censorship. On December 30, 1980, the group played a historic free concert in Buenos Aires to an audience of over 60,000 people, making them the first Argentine rock band to play for such a crowd. In 1982, Pedro Aznar left the group to study at the Berklee College of Music, leading to a farewell tour which was later released as a live album. The group disbanded soon afterward, but they reunited in 1992 to record their final studio album, Serú ‘92, and play one final tour.