Amistades Peligrosas

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Amistades Peligrosas ("Dangerous Friendships") was a Spanish band formed in 1989 by singers Alberto Comesaña from Galicia and Cristina del Valle from Asturias. Their music blended two Spanish Music types such as Celtic and Arab which is part of Spanish history and culture. Bagpipes, flute and bouzouki are common instruments used by the band. Amistades Peligrosas disbanded in July 1998.[1]

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  • "Génesis" song

References[edit]

  1. ^ Toward a Cultural Archive of la Movida: Back to the Future - Page 115 1611476313 William J. Nichols, H. Rosi Song - 2013 Alberto Comesaña (who later found the pop combo Amistades Peligrosas).

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