Santiago Auserón

Spanish musician

Santiago Auserón, also known as Juan Perro (July 25, 1954 in Zaragoza, Aragon) is a Spanish singer and lyricist. He was songwriter and vocalist of Spanish rock's Radio Futura.

Juan Perro in a concert in 2006

From 1972 to 1977 he attended the University of Madrid where he studied philosophy. After that he attended the University of Vincennes in Saint-Denis, where he stayed one year.[1]

In 1979, Auserón founded Radio Futura, being part of Madrilenian Scene (Spanish: Movida Madrileña).[2]

In 1992, he left the group and started his career as a soloist under his pseudonym "Juan Perro".

DiscographyEdit

Radio FuturaEdit

  • Música moderna (1980, Hispavox)
  • La estatua del jardín botánico / Rompeolas (1982, single. Hispavox)
  • Dance usted / Tus pasos (instrumental) (1983, single. Hispavox)
  • La ley del desierto / La ley del mar (1984, Ariola)
  • De un país en llamas (1985, Ariola)
  • La canción de Juan Perro (1987, Ariola)
  • Escueladecalor. El directo de Radio Futura (1989, BMG Ariola). (In live)
  • Veneno en la piel (1990, BMG Ariola)
  • Tierra para bailar (1991, BMG Ariola)

As soloistEdit

  • Raíces al viento (1995, Animal Tour/BMG-Ariola)
  • La huella sonora (1997, Nueva Sociedad Lírica/BMG Music Spain)
  • Mr. Hambre (2000, Nueva Sociedad Lírica/La Huella Sonora)
  • Cantares de vela (2002, Nueva Sociedad Lírica/Animal Musik/La Huella Sonora)
  • Río Negro (2011, Nueva Sociedad Lírica/La Huella Sonora).

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