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Thus, in the decade that followed that first inclusion of an official song for La Vuelta, Earth, Wind and Fire, with their mythical September; Lipps Inc, with their catatonic Funky Town; or -wonderfully- the Nordic A-Ha, with one of the most remembered songs of the 80s, Take on me, were insistently listened to.

Also worth mentioning, although with a little more musical sense (despite the furious criticism that the author has received from time to time), is the presence of the Asturian, Hevia, who also sounded a lot with El garrotín, at the end of the decade.

Manuel Malou, although he does not fit much in this list (as I said, heterodox at least), would demonstrate his quality and would be in a good place (1997) on the podium of a singular decade at least in this of the songs of La Vuelta.

Hevia repeated «performance» in 2004 and there was also room for a group and an artist who did sound in this decade. I’m talking about Nena Daconte, who together with the guitarist and producer (Kin Fanlo) swept the world with one of her best-known singles, En qué estrella estará. Beatriz Luengo, who became known as an actress in UPA Dance, also had quite an impact with the song Pretendo hablarte.

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Thus, in the decade that followed that first inclusion of an official song for La Vuelta, Earth, Wind and Fire, with their mythical September; Lipps Inc, with their catatonic Funky Town; or -wonderfully- the Nordic A-Ha, with one of the most remembered songs of the 80s, Take on me, were insistently listened to.

Also worth mentioning, although with a little more musical sense (despite the furious criticism that the author has received from time to time), is the presence of the Asturian, Hevia, who also sounded a lot with El garrotín, at the end of the decade.

Manuel Malou, although he does not fit much in this list (as I said, heterodox at least), would demonstrate his quality and would be in a good place (1997) on the podium of a singular decade at least in this of the songs of La Vuelta.

Hevia repeated «performance» in 2004 and there was also room for a group and an artist who did sound in this decade. I’m talking about Nena Daconte, who together with the guitarist and producer (Kin Fanlo) swept the world with one of her best-known singles, En qué estrella estará. Beatriz Luengo, who became known as an actress in UPA Dance, also had quite an impact with the song Pretendo hablarte.

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Thus, in the decade that followed that first inclusion of an official song for La Vuelta, Earth, Wind and Fire, with their mythical September; Lipps Inc, with their catatonic Funky Town; or -wonderfully- the Nordic A-Ha, with one of the most remembered songs of the 80s, Take on me, were insistently listened to.

Also worth mentioning, although with a little more musical sense (despite the furious criticism that the author has received from time to time), is the presence of the Asturian, Hevia, who also sounded a lot with El garrotín, at the end of the decade.

Manuel Malou, although he does not fit much in this list (as I said, heterodox at least), would demonstrate his quality and would be in a good place (1997) on the podium of a singular decade at least in this of the songs of La Vuelta.

Hevia repeated «performance» in 2004 and there was also room for a group and an artist who did sound in this decade. I’m talking about Nena Daconte, who together with the guitarist and producer (Kin Fanlo) swept the world with one of her best-known singles, En qué estrella estará. Beatriz Luengo, who became known as an actress in UPA Dance, also had quite an impact with the song Pretendo hablarte.

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Thus, in the decade that followed that first inclusion of an official song for La Vuelta, Earth, Wind and Fire, with their mythical September; Lipps Inc, with their catatonic Funky Town; or -wonderfully- the Nordic A-Ha, with one of the most remembered songs of the 80s, Take on me, were listened to insistently.

Also worth mentioning, although with a little more musical sense (despite the furious criticism that the author has received from time to time), is the presence of the Asturian, Hevia, who also sounded a lot with El garrotín, at the end of the decade.

Manuel Malou, although he does not fit much in this list (as I said, heterodox at least), would demonstrate his quality and would be in a good place (1997) on the podium of a singular decade at least in this of the songs of La Vuelta.

Hevia repeated «performance» in 2004 and there was also room for a group and an artist who did sound in this decade. I’m talking about Nena Daconte, who together with the guitarist and producer (Kin Fanlo) swept the world with one of her best-known singles, En qué estrella estará. Beatriz Luengo, who became known as an actress in UPA Dance, also had quite an impact with the song Pretendo hablarte.