Javier Corcobado

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Javier Corcobado.

Javier Corcobado (born 1963) is a musician,[1] letterist, poet and novelist. He was born in Frankfurt, Germany, the son of a couple of Spanish immigrants, and was raised in Madrid, Spain.

Biography[edit]

He is also known as "El Duque del ruido" (The Duke of Noise) and he has been named by critics as the "Príncipe del underground" (Prince of the underground) in Spain. In the early '80s, he began his musical career, with underground bands like 429 Engaños, with which he recorded an album of very poor sound quality. After that he recorded the Mar otra vez album, which was his first LP. Mar otra vez is now considered a cult record in Spain, as well as in Mexico.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. 1994-07-09. p. 59. Retrieved 9 April 2011.