Spanish pop/rock foursome Hombres G was formed by ex-los Residuos guitarist Daniel Mezquita, drummer Javier Molina, and singer/bassist David Summers, soon joined by guitarist Rafael Gutierrez. The band's name was based on an American movie called G-Men. Hombres G made its live debut at Madrid's Rockola, recording a demo called Milagro En El Congo in 1984. They soon signed up to the independent label Twins to make their debut album, featuring a catchy song called "Devuelveme A Mi Chica," which became their first hit. In 1986, La Cagaste...Burt Lancaster was released, followed by a South American tour. Hombres G disbanded after issuing their seventh album, La Historia Del Bikini, in 1992 but reunited ten years later for an international teaser tour for their 2003 release, Ano Que Vivimos Peligrosamente. ~ Drago Bonacich, All Music Guide
Written by Drago Bonacich
Update: The band reunited once again on 2005 for the release and tour of their last album "Todo Esto Es Muy Extraño" Awesome album, more mature but still spicy, though it has not been well accepted by the fans. The first single from this album, "Porque no ser amigos" featuring Dani Martìn, singer from the Spanish band El Canto Del Loco was a huge success in Spain. These two bands shared an extensive tour inside the country. In July, 2005 in Madrid they played for the biggest show ever for a Spanish artist with 56.000 people.
Update by Martin Endara
Update: A new CD is being recorded and is said will be released by September of this year, looking for a better acceptance from fans. It is to be called "Diez", with the single "Me Siento Bien" as top single.
Update and corrections by Santiago Silva
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