Diablo

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Diablo [diˈaβlo] is a Spanish word meaning "Devil".

Diablo may also refer to:

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  • Diablo Cody (born 1978), pen name of American screenwriter, producer and director Brook Busey-Maurio
  • Diablo Velasco (1919–1999), ring name of Mexican professional wrestler and trainer Cuahutémoc Velasco Vargas
  • Tommy Diablo, ring name of Armando Gorbea, Puerto Rican professional wrestler
  • El Diablo (nickname), Spanish for "the Devil", is a nickname of the following
  • Danny Diablo (born 1971), a.k.a. Lord Ezec, is an American hardcore punk and hip hop recording artist, record producer, graffiti painter, actor and model

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Albums[edit]

  • El Diablo (album), by Italian rock band Litfiba
  • Diablo II Soundtrack, the soundtrack of video game music from Diablo II (PC). It features music composed by Matt Uelmen for the game. It was released on June 30, 2000 as part of the Diablo II Collector's Edition, and later on iTunes

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