Azul Azul

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Azul Azul was a pop-rock-dance group formed in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia in early 1990s. Azul Azul had its mayor breakthrough in 1995 with a song called El Huevo (Spanish for "The Egg"). Azul Azul launched albums the following years 1995, 1999, 2003 and 2006.

Azul Azul's second breakthrough in Latin America came with the hit song "La Bomba" which was later covered by King Africa and also became a hit in Spain and Europe.[1] The Azul Azul album "El Sapo" has sold about 300,000 copies worldwide according to Sony Latin America.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Bilboard, page 77.