Barón Rojo

Barón Rojo was a Spanish heavy metal band, who reached international success in the 1980s. The band was led by siblings Carlos and Armando de Castro, previously from the band Coz, and it is considered one of the most important representatives of Spanish hard rock bands. "Barón Rojo" in Spanish is "Red Baron", the name of the band is an homage to Manfred von Richthofen, and the eponymous song "Barón Rojo" is about him, also the name is a pun as the Spanish pronunciation of 'Rojo' is close to the English 'Rock-o'.
They were ranked number 18 on Rolling Stone's "50 Greatest Spanish rock bands".

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Siempre Estás AllíCueste Lo Que Cueste6:29
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Celtas CortosNo Va Mas5:24
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El MaloGrandes Exitos5:24
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Fronteras (Live)Barón Rojo en Aqualung (Live Vol 2)4:45
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Señor InspectorTierra De Nadie4:00
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Resistiré (Live)Barón Rojo en Aqualung (Live Vol 2)5:09
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Un VarónTommyBarón0:41
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Viaje AsombrosoTommyBarón3:25
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El Precio del FuturoTierra De Nadie7:42
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Los Desertores del RockGrandes Exitos4:20
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