Nirvana (Elbosco song)

Nirvana (Elbosco song)

Nirvana is a 1995 New Age song written and composed by Rojotua, Loxatus and C. Max and performed by the Spanish musical group Elbosco. The song became a world success and was also used by Danny Boyle in the 2004 film Millions.

The song contains some lyrics in Latin, sung by the choral group of the Escolanía del Real Monasterio of San Lorenzo and also English lyrics, all this combined with a techno and hip-hop feel.

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