The band left RCA anyway. They recorded "No se que hacer contigo" (1987) with the label Polygram Iberica, despite all efforts by the band the label censored the song "Bahia de Pasaia" that reminds the controversial murder of four members of CAA, one of them a personal friend of "El Drogas". The fifth album "Rojo" (1988) is the personal favorite of the band They would suffer censorship again in "Pasion por el Ruido" (1989) because of the song "En nombre de Dios", a critic to Opus Dei The bands success kept increasing and they obtained a Golden Record award with "Doble Directo" (Live - 1990) and two Platinum Records for "Por instinto" (1991) and "Balas blancas" (1992). but it also meant distancing from their traditional sound and fanbase. "La Araña" (1994), "Insolencia" (1996), and Salud y "Rock&Roll" (Live - 1997) mark a decline in the commercial success of the band, and they finally decide to leave the label Polygram Iberica. "Acción directa" (2000) revisits their traditional powerful sound, yet proves the evolution of the band for joy of the original fanbase. This also means a recovery in their success. After "Besame" (2002), the last studio album up to date, Fernando leaves the band and Ibon Sagarra "Ibi" becomes the new drummer. Since then Barricada centres their activity in live performances. Later Releases include "Un camino de piedras" (2003) a tribute to Barricada by 13 well known artists and close friends. "Latidos y mordiscos" (2006) a double live album that includes Sax, Orchestra and a small chorus and "25 años de rocanrol"(2008) a compilation consisting of 2 CDs 2 DVDs and a book. The Basque film director Juanma Bajo Ulloa, a close friend, has conducted some of their clips, and the band members appear as extras in his film Airbag Read more on Last.fm.
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