Why See Enrique Bunbury?
A Spanish Rock Legend Live!
Enrique Bunbury is the former lead singer of Spanish rock greats Heroes del Silencio, who recorded four genre-defining studio albums before breaking up in 1996. Since the split, Bunbury has established himself as a formidable solo artist, moving away from his band's hard rock territory to explore electro-pop sounds and more emotionally direct material.
Bunbury's 2013 album Palosanto, which featured the hit single Dispertia, was produced by the star himself and helped cement his new career as a solo star. His color career has seen him take on different musical sounds, but still keeping with the rock style his fans love. In the early stages of his career, he experimented with different electronic music and rhythms. His most recent album, 2017s Expectativas features tracks 'Cuna de Cain', 'Bartleby' and 'Supongo'.
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