Lyrics by Álvaro de Luna

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  1. Todo Contigo
  2. Hoy Festejo (part. TIMØ)
  3. Juramento Eterno de Sal
  4. Levantaremos Al Sol
  6. Duele
  7. Flores de Abril
  8. La Jugada
  9. Mañana (part. Lola Indigo)
  10. Me Quedé Contigo (part. Covi Quintana)
  11. Nos Quedará
  12. Quiero
  13. Rockstar
  14. Tu Nombre
  15. LUCES DE CIUDAD (part. Nil Moliner y Dani Fernández)
  16. Morena
  17. Nos Perderemos En Marte
  18. París
  19. Quizás
  20. Sin Antifaz (part. Rayden)
  21. Suerte ;)
  22. F.G.L.C. (A Ratitos)
  23. VISTO (part. Elsa y Elmar)

Álvaro de Luna y Fernández de Jarava (between 1388 and 1390 – 2 June 1453), was a Castilian statesman, favourite of John II of Castile. He served as Constable of Castile and as Grand Master of the Order of Santiago. He earned great influence in the Crown's affairs in the wake of his support to John II against the so-called Infantes of Aragon. Once he lost the protection of the monarch, he was executed in Valladolid in 1453.

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