Golpes Bajos was a 1980s Spanish pop group and was part of the so-called “Edad de Oro del Pop Español”, i.e. “The Golden Age of Spanish Pop Music”.Golpes Bajos was a pop group created in 1982 in Vigo (Pontevedra). It was initially formed by Germán Coppini (the-then lead singer of Siniestro Total) and Teo Cardalda, and was subsequently joined in 1983 by Pablo Novoa and Luis García.When the group became famous and started making hits, Germán Coppini left Siniestro Total to devote himself completely to Golpes Bajos.After releasing the mini-LP “Devocionario”, the founding duo decided to dissolve the group, and has since been devoted to other music projects. In 1987, Coppini began his solo career and Cardalda created Cómplices.In November 1997, Coppini and Cardalda reunited and re-released songs from their golden age in “Vivo”, which they presented in a tour that began in March 1998. Neither García nor Novoa were invited. When the tour, which was a resounding failure, ended, Cardalda decided to return to Cómplices, finally ending the history of Golpes Bajos.
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