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The Locos (band)

The Locos
The Locos in Taubertal Festival, Germany 2007
Background information
Origin Madrid, Spain
Genres ska punk
Years active 2005 - present
Labels Sony BMG, RCA, Pinhead Records
Associated acts Ska-P
Website The Locos.org
Members Pipi
Tommy
Niño
Ivan
Luis Fran
Fer
Zampa

The Locos are a Spanish ska punk band formed in 2005. The Locos were founded as a side project by Pipi, the backup vocalist for Spanish ska-punk group Ska-P, after the latter dissolved that same year. Although originally inclined not to rejoin Ska-P subsequent to their break-up, Pipi now divides his efforts between the two bands.

After a world wide tour that spanned 2005 to 2007, a second Locos album was slated for release in April 2008, called "Energía Inagotable".

Members

Discography

Album

See also

External links

  • The Locos Official web site, also in english

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