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El Canto del Loco's first concert was on the evening of 30 November 1994 at the Feria del Pais del Loco in the old town square of Pamplona. Their first album, El canto del loco, was recorded in a very chaotic atmosphere with the band playing live in a cottage, as the studio facilities were not available. The album contained a mixture of covers and originals. The band's first recording was El canto del loco (The Song of the Rooster), which was the band's first single. The song reflected the reaction of the group to the industrialisation of the city of Pamplona with its surrounding area, and indeed the first concert was performed in the empty stadium of the Pamplonense Primera Lege (Pamplona First League) stadium.
From the beginning their music was a mixture of rock, glam, pop and folk, and to a certain extent the group did not fit into a particular musical genre, which contributed to their increasing popularity. In April 1995 they made their debut on television, when they performed at the festival La Gran Fiesta de San Fermín in the city of Pamplona, on the program Derecho de miedo (Right of fear) of Telecinco. They also played on the program Cuatro por la tarde of Telecinco, and on Mundo de fiesta (Party World) of Antena 3. In May they released their second single, called Pasar (Passing), which was followed in July by Por el camino (By the road), although the latter was not included on their debut album. In August they recorded their first album, El canto del loco. The album was produced by Nigel Walker and recorded in a cottage in the village of Asin de Baños. Its songs were mostly upbeat folk-rock, with songs in Spanish and in Catalan. The group members played all of the instruments, and the album was recorded with two drum kits, one with a small kick drum and one with a bass drum.
In August of the same year the El canto del loco album La vida es una canción (Life is a Song) was released. The album won the Premio de la Música (Music Prize) and was also nominated to the Premio de Oro de la Música (Golden Music Prize). The lead single from the album was called El diablo/El pueblo (The Devil/The People). El Canto del Loco also collaborated on the album with a number of other artists including El Tri, Germinal and children's choir Aelita.
In August 2007 El Canto del Loco released the album El jardin del cielo (The Garden of Heaven) accompanied by a tour which lasted from September to November. The lead single from the album was called Alma de Sueño (Dream of the Soul), which was a collaboration with the children's choir Aelita.
On 2 March 2004 El Canto del Loco released a CD called Siento a mi cielo (Feeling to my Sky) and in May of the same year they embarked on a tour of Spain called Pasi mas pasasi (Passion plus Passion). The tour lasted nine days and covered more than 130 cities and towns with more than 30,000 spectators (some of which were very large). 827ec27edc