Spanish rock singer/guitarist Manolo Kabezabolo started playing at the age of 14, making his live debut at Carenas, Zaragoza. After recording an EP called D'Empalmada, the musician had the opportunity to make an album with the help of a band called los Animales Muertos. Ya Hera Ora was released in December of 1995, while Manolo Cabezabolo was touring the country. After forming his own band, named Manolo Kabezabolo y Los Ke Se Van Del Bolo, the punk/revival performer recorded La Nueva Mayoría, released in June of 1997, followed by a new Spanish tour. In 1999, Manolo Kabezabolo returned with Resina, Agua y Ajo.