Banda Pachuco

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Banda Pachuco is a Mexican music group, formed in 1993. They reached number 5 in the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks with their song "Mitad Tu, Mitad Yo", in 1995. They made a big hit with their album Terco Corazon, released in 1998 and welcoming a new singer, Neo Serrato. At the start of the year 2000 they made a new album, "Sueno Con Salma". On that same CD, the song "Aqui Ya De nada sirvo", composed by Jose S. Corral, made a big hit throughout all Latin America. By the following year, Neo Serrato left the Band to sing alone.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • 1994: Pachuco bailarín' (Album debut and first on Fonovisa Records)
  • 1995: Sabor a chocolate'
  • 1995: Por los caminos de la vida'
  • 1996: Lowrider'
  • 1997: La más querida'
  • 1998: Terco corazón' (Last album on Fonovisa Records)
  • 2000: Sueño con Salma' (First album on Luna/Sony Music)
  • 2001: Pierdete Conmigo'
  • 2002: Quedate Conmigo'
  • 2003: Moviendo tu censurado' (Last album on Luna/Sony Music)
  • 2006: Infierno y Gloria' (Only album on Batuta Records)
  • 2008: Quiero Contigo' (First album on Balboa Records)
  • 2009: Lo qué siento por ti'
  • 2012: Loco suicida'

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