Los Cinco Latinos (often stylized as Los 5 Latinos), headed by singer Estela Raval, is an Argentinean rock and roll group formed in 1957. Inspired by The Platters they adopted a doo-wop style and became one of the most significant groups of twentieth century Spanish-language rock, garnering worldwide fame. They covered many songs which were previously recorded in other languages by artists such as Paul Anka, Nat King Cole, The Platters, Manos Hadjidakis and Édith Piaf.

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