M-Clan is a Spanish rock band. The band, initially named Murcíelagos Clan, was formed in Murcia, Spain in 1992 by Carlos Tarque and Ricardo Ruipérez.
In March 1993 the band added Santiago Campillo, Pascual Saura, Juan Otero and Iñigo Uribe, under the name 'El clan de los murciélagos', (clan of bats), which soon became 'M-Clan'. The band's sound was heavily influenced by Southern rock artists. The group currently consists of Carlos Tarque (vocals), J. Antonio Otero, Ricardo Ruipérez (guitar), Carlos Raya (guitar), Pascual Saura, and A. Climent 'Boli' (keyboard).
In 1999, the band released Usar y tirar that went platinum, leading to the release of their 2001 Unplugged album Sin enchufe. The band also released Sopa fría in 2004 under Warner Bros and Eastwest Records. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.