Uff!

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Uff!
Origin Venezuela
Genres Pop
Members Alexander Da Silva
Fabio Melannitto
Rawy Mattar
Jean Ducournau
José Luis Graterol
Marcos Causa
Luis Fernando

Uff! was a Venezuelan boy band founded in 2000. Similar to Menudo, Los Chicos and Los Chamos were, they mimicked the fashion style of contemporary American boy bands like No Authority, Backstreet Boys and Hanson. In 2001, the band's debut album achieved a golden record in Mexico.[1][2]

Members[edit]

Uff! was composed of:[3]

  • Alexander Da Silva - born 2 October 1985 in Caracas
  • Fabio Melannitto - born 3 February 1985 in Caracas - Died 15 August in Mexico City
  • Rawy Mattar - born 14 August 1985 in Caracas
  • Jean Ducournau - born 9 December 1984 in Caracas
  • José Luis Graterol - born 27 September 1986 in Caracas
  • Marcos Causa - born 12 September 1987 in Caracas
  • Luis Fernando - born 22 November 1985 in Mexico

Member Fabio Melannitto was murdered while driving in a motorcycle in Mexico City. The assailants are still being searched for.

Discography[edit]

Albums
  • Ya lo ves (2000)
Song title Writer
1. Brujería
2. Creo En Ti
3. Ya Lo Ves
4. Con Él
5. Una Piedra En El Zapato
6. Viviendo Sin Ti
7. Mira No
8. Creo Que Te Amo
9. Tarde O Temprano
10. Si Te Vas
11. Inolvidable
12. You Are The One
  • Uff!oria latina (2001)
Song title Writer
1. Cada Recuerdo
2. Chicas
3. Arrivederci
4. Como Nadie
5. Angel Del Mal
6. Dame
7. Canción De Amor
8. Más Que Un Sentimiento
9. Tal Vez
10. Dejáme Entrar
11. Agua Salada
12. De Norte A Sur
  • A 10 centímetros (2003)
Song title Writer
1. Me Enamoro De Ti
2. Llueve
3. Duende
4. Aún
5. Bajo La Piel
6. Cómo Te Explico
7. Vida
8. Dáme Un Break
9. Cordón Umbilical
10. A 10 Centimetros
11. Más
12. Lágrimas De Cocodrilo
13. Chica Ideal

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mendoza de Lira, Alejandra (14 March 2001). "Llevará el grupo Uff su música a España". El Universal (in Spanish). Retrieved 16 September 2015.
  2. ^ Somalia (23 January 2003). "Uff! busca nuevo integrante". Panamá América (in Spanish). Retrieved 16 September 2015.
  3. ^ Club Oficial Uff website - biographies

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