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Elefante (Mexican band)

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Years active  2000 (2000)–present
Elefante (Mexican band) Elefante The Romantic Rockeros of Modern Rock Kesta Happening DC
Past members  Reyli Barba Jorge Martínez Guevara
Origin  Mexico City, Mexico (2000)
Albums  El Que Busca Encuentra, Elefante éxitos, Resplandor, E:87600, Lo que andabamos buscando, Elefante
Members  Luis Pórtela, Ahis, Javi Cantero, Rafael López, Iguana
Genres  Rock en español, Latin pop
Record labels  Sony Music, Columbia Records, Epic Records
Similar  Elefantes, Reyli, Jumbo, DOUGLAS BASTIDAS TRANZAS, Los Enanitos Verdes

Elefante is a Latin rock and pop band formed in Mexico City in the early 1990s. They have released five albums, and their self-titled release was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award in 2005.


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The group first came to prominence when they opened for Joaquín Sabina at a show at Mexico City's National Auditorium. After several tours of the Americas, opening for Shakira and Maná, their lead singer Reyli left to pursue a solo career in 2003. As a replacement they recruited Jorge Martínez Guevara, former lead singer of the group Caos, who performed on their 2005 album Elefante. He left the group in 2007, and songwriter/guitarist Rafael "Rafa" López and Javi Cantero assumed vocal duties on subsequent releases.


  • El Que Busca Encuentra (2001)
  • Lo Que Andabamos Buscando (2002)
  • Elefante (2005)
  • Resplandor (2007)
  • E:87600? (2012)

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    La Que Se FueEl Que Busca Encuentra · 2001
    Si tu QuieresElefante · 2005
    Durmiendo con la LunaElefante · 2005


    Elefante (Mexican band) Wikipedia

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