Cetu Javu, a late 80's/90's synth-pop lineup heavily influenced by the Depeche Mode, was formed in Germany with Torsten Engelke, Stefan Engelke, Javier Revilla-Diez (vocals), and Christian Demere. Southern Lands is their 1990 debut album on the ZYX label, Germany, and contains 12 tracks including Spanish lyrics on a few songs. The highlights of the album are the uptempo and brilliant "Southern Lands", "Situations", and "Adonde", but the few midtempo numbers fit nicely to balance things out. In fact, both "Adonde" and "Fight Without A Reason" were B-Sides to the 1989 single "So Strange". The tracks "Situations", and "Have In Mind", both originally stand-alone singles from 1988, are also included here. Their sophomore album "Where Is Where" was released in 1992, and as far as I know after the release of the "Tiempo de Remixes" collection in 1995, the band has been mostly quiet. Cetu Javu also appear on several compilations, both official and unofficial (i.e. bootlegs), which collect their rare remixes, extended versions, b-sides, and live performances. Last but not least, for those still in the exploration phase, make sure to check out "Camouflage", another DM-analog band from Germany, with more or less systematic releases since the late 1980's.