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Soon after, the drummer and the bass player also decided to leave the group. Replacing the drummer, Jandro Velázquez appeared, an electrician[5] who was the son of some friends of Dani’s parents and whom Dani met in a flamenco contest. [6] Chema Ruiz, a Cantabrian who was studying physiotherapy at David’s university and who was a friend of a friend of his, took the position of bassist. 5] From then on, the five members began to meet in an industrial warehouse in Algete (Madrid) to rehearse, and their friends served as critics. 5]

After Iván Ganchegui left the band voluntarily, the rest of the group decided to take a vacation; however, a few days later, David and Dani had already composed several songs that they had done individually and decided to record them with only the four remaining members of the group. After a wait, the group recorded the new album which they titled Estados de ánimo, with the participation of guitarist Fernando Sainz, who would be another permanent guest, and which was released for sale on May 26, 2003.[9]

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El Canto del Loco fue un grupo de pop rock español, aunque sus miembros reconocen que algunas de sus canciones son más del estilo del power pop[2] El nombre del grupo proviene de la canción El Canto del Gallo de Radio Futura.

El grupo conocido a veces a través de las siglas ECDL fue creado en 1994 por Dani Martín e Iván Ganchegui (que dejó el grupo en 2002) aunque la formación definitiva no se juntaría hasta años después. Influenciados principalmente por otros grupos españoles de la década de los 80 y con cinco discos de estudio, El Canto del Loco ha llegado a vender más de un millón de discos,[3] convirtiéndose en una de las bandas más exitosas del panorama musical español de los últimos años[4][5][6].

ECDL recibió tres nominaciones a los MTV Europe Music Awards en la categoría de “Mejor Artista Español”, que ganó en dos ocasiones,[7] y fue galardonado con dos Premios Ondas como “Mejor Acto en Vivo” (2004)[8] y “Mejor Artista o Grupo Español” (2005).[9]

El Canto del Loco comenzó en 1994 cuando Dani Martín estudiaba en la Escuela de Arte Dramático de Cristina Rota[10] Allí conoció a Iván Ganchegui, guitarrista, y sus gustos musicales compartidos dieron lugar a la formación del grupo. Ambos eran fans de Radio Futura y, en particular, de su canción El canto del gallo, lo que les llevó a bautizar al grupo como El Canto del Loco[11] En esta época el grupo contaba también con una batería, un bajista y otro guitarrista. Sin embargo, este último pronto dejó el grupo por otros compromisos,[11] y el día antes de su primer concierto David Otero, primo de Dani, se unió al grupo como sustituto[10].

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Soon after, the drummer and the bass player also decided to leave the group. Replacing the drummer was Jandro Velázquez, an electrician[5] who was the son of some friends of Dani’s parents and whom Dani met at a flamenco contest. [6] Chema Ruiz, a Cantabrian who was studying physiotherapy at David’s university and who was a friend of a friend of his, took the position of bass player. 5] From then on, the five members began to meet in an industrial warehouse in Algete (Madrid) to rehearse, and their friends served as critics. 5]

After Iván Ganchegui left the band voluntarily, the rest of the group decided to take a vacation; however, a few days later, David and Dani had already composed several songs that they had done individually and decided to record them with only the four remaining members of the group. After a wait, the group recorded the new album which they titled Estados de ánimo, with the participation of guitarist Fernando Sainz, who would be another permanent guest, and which was released for sale on May 26, 2003.[9]

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The idea of El Canto del Loco was born in Madrid when the founders of the group, Ivan and Dani, met in 1994 at a theater school. Both shared a passion for music and for Radio Futura, from whose song El canto del gallo they got the name of the group, making a play on words.

In 2003 they participated in the tribute album to Hombres G Voy a pasármelo bien in which artists and groups such as Antonio Vega, Seguridad Social, La Cabra Mecánica, Mikel Erentxun or Alex Ubago, among others, also collaborated. El Canto del Loco covered the classic Visite nuestro bar. Voy a pasármelo bien was released on February 3, 2003.

On April 28, 2003 it was announced through the band’s official website (www.elcantodelloco.com) that the third album was ready. Its name: Estados de ánimo. The first single was La madre de José.

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