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In 1965 they debuted on screen with their role in the surprising movie “Megatón ye-ye”, without a doubt one of the most notable Spanish contributions to the new pop aesthetic promoted by Richard Lester and The Beatles in their “A Hard Day’s Night”. The movie had an excellent soundtrack which is unquestionably one of the band’s highlights, and which showed their hardest side with garage beat gems such as ‘Sha-la’, ‘Jabón de azufre’, ‘Pretty Baby’, ‘Tú serás muy feliz’, ‘Ya no estás’ and ‘Estoy cansado’. The change of music style brought about by the film took them to their second golden age: ‘No comprendemos por qué no somos millonarios’, ‘Cuarto intento de éxito’ or the arresting ‘Up & Down’, a roaring nugget a la Stones that showed the band’s enormous versatility.

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