Azul y Negro were pioneers of synth and electropop in Spain. An international chart release, it was an instant chart success. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Spanish synthpop duo. For the Breaking Bad episode, see Negro y Azul. This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Spanish. May Click [show] for important translation instructions. View a machine-translated version of the Spanish article.
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Funky - Freddy Fresh - Barrio Grooves, Gotta Let Her Go - Mr. Sipp - Knock A Hole In It, Propaganda (Kill The Noise Remix) - DJ Snake - Propaganda (File), Moon Chime - Various - Schwingungen Auf CD Nr. 132 / 05 - 2006, Si Cu Bune, Si Cu Rele - Various - Trupa De Elita