|En El Desierto|
|En El Tunel Del Adios|
|Al Final De La Escalera|
|No Me Arrepentire|
|Un Camino Hacia El Sur|
|El Color De Tu Piel|
|Con Renglones Torcidos|
|30313015||La Guardia||Contra Reloj (LP, Album)||Zafiro||30313015||Spain||1993|
|50413015||La Guardia||Contra Reloj (CD, Album)||Zafiro||50413015||Spain||1993|
|40313015||La Guardia||Contra Reloj (Cass, Album)||Zafiro||40313015||Spain||Unknown|
Influenced by Mod music, they had a big hit with "Mil calles llevan hacia ti" in 1988. Discography: 1985 - La Guardia 1986 - Noches Como Esta 1988 - Vámonos 1990 - Cuando Brille El Sol 1991 - Al Otro Lado 1993 - Contra Reloj 1994 - Acento Del Sur 1998 - Canciones En El Equipaje (Compilation) 2004 - Ahora!!! (Live) 2007 - Sobre ruedas. 2008 - 25 años no es nada.
La Guardia is a Spanish pop-rock band. They were especially famous in the late 1980s and early 1990s, although they are still active today (after a hiatus). They have sold more than 2 million records. The group was founded in Granada in 1983 by Manuel España (voice), Enrique Moreno "Conejo" (bass guitar) and Carlos Gilabert (keyboard), with the initial name of "La guardia del Cardenal Richelieu" ("Cardinal Richelieu's Guard")
Fiorello Henry La Guardia (/fiəˈrɛloʊ ləˈɡwɑːrdiə/; born Fiorello Enrico La Guardia, Italian pronunciation: ; December 11, 1882 – September 20, 1947) was an American politician. He is best known for being the 99th Mayor of New York City for three terms from 1934 to 1945 as a Republican. Previously he had been elected to Congress in 1916 and 1918, and again from 1922 through 1930
En El Desierto lyrics. El Túnel Del Adiós lyrics. Al Final De La Escalera lyrics. No Me Arrepentiré lyrics. El Crucigrama lyrics.
Video: La Guardia sings Contra Reloj. Album featuring Contra Reloj.
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La Guardia, a Republican who appealed across party lines, was very popular in New York during the 1930s. As a New Dealer, he supported President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a Democrat, and in turn Roosevelt heavily funded the city and cut off patronage for La Guardia's enemies. La Guardia revitalized New York City and restored public faith in City Hall. La Guardia was a domineering leader who verged on authoritarianism but whose reform politics were carefully tailored to address the sentiments of his diverse constituency. He defeated a corrupt Democratic machine, presided during a depression and a world war, made the city the model for New Deal welfare and public works programs, and championed immigrants and ethnic minorities.