Delfins was a Portuguese pop-rock band, from Cascais. Its lead vocalist is Miguel Ângelo. Other members of the group are Rui Fadigas, Fernando Cunha, Silvestre Magalhães, Pedro Molkov and João Carlos Magalhães. The band was one of the major pop-rock music groups in Portugal in the 90's, and made various appearances in the Portuguese National Finals for the Eurovision Song Contest. In 1998, the Delfins contributed "Canção De Engate (In Variações Memory Remix)" to the AIDS benefit compilation album Onda Sonora: Red Hot + Lisbon produced by the Red Hot Organization.

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  • Delfins (dt. „Delphine“) war eine portugiesische Pop-Band. (de)
  • Delfins was a Portuguese pop-rock band, from Cascais. Its lead vocalist is Miguel Ângelo. Other members of the group are Rui Fadigas, Fernando Cunha, Silvestre Magalhães, Pedro Molkov and João Carlos Magalhães. The band was one of the major pop-rock music groups in Portugal in the 90's, and made various appearances in the Portuguese National Finals for the Eurovision Song Contest. In 1998, the Delfins contributed "Canção De Engate (In Variações Memory Remix)" to the AIDS benefit compilation album Onda Sonora: Red Hot + Lisbon produced by the Red Hot Organization. The Band sold more than half a million records, and in 2009 the group officially announce a permanent band retirement. (en)
  • Os Delfins foram uma banda pop-rock portuguesa, de Cascais, formada em 1984 e com concerto de fim-do-grupo realizado a 31 de Dezembro de 2009. (pt)
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  • Delfins (dt. „Delphine“) war eine portugiesische Pop-Band. (de)
  • Os Delfins foram uma banda pop-rock portuguesa, de Cascais, formada em 1984 e com concerto de fim-do-grupo realizado a 31 de Dezembro de 2009. (pt)
  • Delfins was a Portuguese pop-rock band, from Cascais. Its lead vocalist is Miguel Ângelo. Other members of the group are Rui Fadigas, Fernando Cunha, Silvestre Magalhães, Pedro Molkov and João Carlos Magalhães. The band was one of the major pop-rock music groups in Portugal in the 90's, and made various appearances in the Portuguese National Finals for the Eurovision Song Contest. In 1998, the Delfins contributed "Canção De Engate (In Variações Memory Remix)" to the AIDS benefit compilation album Onda Sonora: Red Hot + Lisbon produced by the Red Hot Organization. (en)
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  • Delfins (de)
  • Delfins (en)
  • Delfins (pt)
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