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Santiago Alfonso Pichardo Lechuga (born February 1, 1973 in Mexico City) is a co-founder and current lead singer of Mexican electronica group Mœnia. Pichardo served as Mœnia's vocalist in their early years but was replaced by Juan Carlos Lozano in 1993, and in 1998 he came back to record the group's second album, Adición.
Alfonso has also started a solo project and released an EP album entitled Equivocal with the song "Dar la Vuelta".
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