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Emmanuel Horvilleur

Emmanuel Horvilleur

Emmanuel Horvilleur


Emmanuel Horvilleur is an Argentinean musician known for being part in the 90s of Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas. He also contributed to bands like Babasónicos, A Tirador Laser and Los Látigos. When Illya Kuryaki broke up, he began his solo career in late 2002 recording his first work, which didn't come out until 2003. Música y Delirio is the name of this record and Soy Tu Nena was its first single. In 2004 he had a son with Argentinean actress Celeste Cid, and also played a part in a movie called 'Yok'. Read more on Last.fm
Emmanuel Horvilleur is an Argentinean musician known for being part in the 90s of Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas. He also contributed to bands like Babasónicos, A Tirador Laser and Los Látigos. When Illya Kuryaki broke up, he began his solo career in late 2002 recording his first work, which didn't come out until 2003. Música y Delirio is the name of this record and Soy Tu Nena was its first single. In 2004 he had a son with Argentinean actress Celeste Cid, and also played a part in a movie called 'Yok'.

In that same year, he recorded an EP called Mimosa, the single of the same name being recorded with colaboration of Babasónicos' leader Adrián Dárgelos. In 2005 he releases Rocanrolero, his second solo album, produced by Tweety González and with collaboration in some songs of former Illya Kuryaki partner, Dante Spinetta His third record was out October 2007, with collaborations by Gustavo Cerati among others. The record was called Mordisco. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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