Formed in the early 1980s in Spain, Hombres G were a snotty, irreverent pop/rock band with a film fetish. They released their self-titled debut in 1985, and the group became an overnight sensation on the strength of the airwave-saturating single "Devuelveme A Mi Chica." The group's second album, La Cagaste...Burt Lancaster sold 60,000 albums before it had even hit stores. Now officially "more popular than God," the band received everything from bribe money (from fans who wanted to meet the band) to fan letters written in blood. In 1992 the group decided to call it quits, and they bid their fans farewell with the acclaimed La Historia del Bikini. They reunited in 2002 to record a few songs and tour, recording the live album El Año Que Vivimos Peligrosamente along the way.