El Orfanato eléctrico, 2016

1993-2001 Bio

Trimelón de Naranjus was formed in 1993, but until 1997 did not record their first album. Zumo para tus Orejas is published in Tralla Records, an independent record label in Barcelona. Since then countless performances and adventures of all kinds. In short, playing much and gaining little.

In 2000 Trimelón recorded his second album Que Vida más Perra. They were then Muchachito, guitar and vocals, Fantastic Lillomen, backing vocals, Melón Maguila, guitar and backing vocals, (the three Trimelón), Donato Nosferatu, bass (now in Electroputas), David el Gitano, battery, (Radio Bemba) and Manelico el sinmanos, percussion, (La Kinky Beat and now Muchachito Bombo Infierno battery).

Made mythic performances, at La Festa de la Diversitat, at Esparrago Rock of Granada, at BAM in Barcelona, and led the proposal to cities such as Madrid, Albacete, Vitoria and Córdoba. They also reached playing in Leipzig, Berlin, or Marseilles.

His most important performance was in Plaza de Cataluña in Barcelona, at La Mercè (September 2001), opening to Manu Chao. 90,000 people attended the square. At the end of that same year Trimelón officially broke up.