"Duncan Dhu" is a Spanish group created in San Sebastián in 1984. Their original members were Mikel Erentxun (former singer in "Aristogatos"), Diego Vasallo and Juan Ramón Viles (former members of "Los Dalton").
Their style is based on an acoustic and simple pop-rock with a touch of rockabilly in great contrast with the more radical rock played in the area at the time. After being hired by 'Grabaciones Accidentales, S.A.' they contributed with two songs (''Mi Amor'' and ''Bésame Mucho'') to the new bands compilation ''La única alternativa'' (''The Only Alternative'').
In 1985 they recorded their first album, ''Por Tierras Escocesas'' (''Around Scottish Lands''), and ''Canciones'' (''Songs'') a year later, both produced by Paco Trinidad. The songs were immediately successful and gave them big popularity. After even more successful ''El Grito del Tiempo'' (''The Cry of Time'', 1984) and ''Grabaciones Olvidadas'' (''Forgotten Records'', a compilation of B-Sides, 1989) they became a duet and recorded the double album ''Autobiografía'' (''Autobiography''), with collaborations by Black and Sam Brown among others. They later also had several hits such as "Esos Ojos Negr...