No Way Out (Spanish Band) This Spanish band was created in 1998 in Cerdañola del Vallés, Barcelona, Spain. It is presently formed by Noel Campillo (guitar and vocals), Felix Muñiz (bass and vocals) and Sergi Monroy (drums).Their musical style is an evolution from melodic hardcore in their early stages, to pop punk nowadays. Their first recorded demo was a nine-single album called “Having fun at last”.It was followed by “Long way to Nowhere” in 2001, which was presented in several foreign countries such as Belgium, France and Japan.On 25 October 2005, a new album, “Bipolar”, was released on a double-CD format including a Spanish and an English version of the songs. It was produced by Warner Dro with Joe Marlett’s contribution, well known for working with bands like Blink-182 or Foo Fighters.Their last and most successful album is “Lo Que Dura Dura” which has pop-rock influences with a touch of their old pop-punk. Two famous singles from this album are “Lo Mismo” and “En Mil Pedazos”.They are now working on their fifth album which will include the single “Sed”, first heard in New Moon, the movie sequel to Twilight.