Camela

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Camela
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Background information
Origin Spain
Genres Techno, pop, flamenco
Years active 1994–present
Labels EMI
Website www.camela.es
Members María Ángeles Muñoz Dueñas
(20 august 1974)[1]
Dionisio Martín Lobato
(31 october 1970)[2]
Miguel Ángel Cabrera Jiménez
(25 January 1972)[3]

Camela is a Spanish musical group, creators and style precursors baptized in the 90s as techno-rumba. Its components are Dionisio Martin Lobato (singer-songwriter) and María de los Ángeles Muñoz Dueñas (singer-songwriter) and until February 2013, Miguel Angel Jimenez Cabrera (keyboards, composer), all of them are from the Madrid neighborhood of San Cristobal de LA. This training is a landmark in the Spanish music, for without the acceptance of criticism and support of the media, became one of the groups of vendors lately, creating a musical and social phenomenon in its path. Camela are the second best selling in Spain in the last 20 years, only surpassed by La Oreja de Van Gogh, exceeding 7 million copies sold their entire discography.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
  • 1994: Lágrimas de Amor
  • 1995: Sueños inalcanzables
  • 1996: Sus 12 primeras canciones
  • 1997: Corazón indomable
  • 1998: Sólo por ti
  • 1999: No puedo estar sin él
  • 2000: Simplemente amor
  • 2001: Amor.com
  • 2003: Por siempre tú y yo
  • 2004: 10 de corazón
  • 2006: Se ciega x amor
  • 2007: Te prometo el Universo
  • 2008: Laberinto de amor
  • 2009: Dioni, Ángeles y Miguel
  • 2011: La magia del amor

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