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Los Baby's

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Cómo Sufro (feat. Gloria Trevi) Los Baby's, Gloria Trevi 03:00
¿Por Qué? (feat. Marco Antonio Solís) Los Baby's, Marco Antonio Solís 03:13
Como sufro Los Baby's 02:58
Negrura Los Baby's 02:40
He perdido una perla Los Baby's 02:47
Jinetes en el Cielo (Ghost Riders in the Sky) (feat. Alejandro Marcovich & Paco Huidobro) Los Baby's, Alejandro Marcovich, Paco Huidobro 03:48
Sabotaje (feat. Carlos Rivera) Los Baby's, Carlos Rivera 03:08
Triángulo Los Baby's 03:10
Triángulo (feat. Thalia) Los Baby's, Thalia 03:34
Como un Duende (feat. Cristian Castro) Los Baby's, Cristian Castro 02:56

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Triángulo (feat. Thalia)
Sabotaje (feat. Carlos Rivera)
Cómo Sufro (feat. Gloria Trevi)
Amor Traicionero (feat. Los Yonic's Zamacona)

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Biografía

The Mexican rock band Los Baby's was formed in 1958 in Yucatán, Panabá. The band's lineup initially consisted of four brothers: vocalist Enrique Ávila Aranda, guitarist Carlos Ávila Aranda, bassist/saxophonist Armando Ávila Aranda, and drummer Emilio Ávila Aranda. Los Baby's became one of the country's biggest acts during the early 1960s, as rock & roll music made its way to Mexico. Focusing on cover versions of foreign hits, the band released string of albums — including Pero yo no lo Conozco (1966), Solo Para Enamorados (1967), and Ritmo, Sabor y Sentimiento (1967) — during the decade's second half. The Aranda brothers began focusing on original material during the 1970s, a move that brought the band more success. 1972's"¿Por qué?" reached Number 1 in Mexico, as did "Cómo Sufro" in 1974. Albums like 1975's Un Viejo Amor, 1976's Morir Contigo, and 1977's Regresa Ya maintained the group's popularity in Mexico, although Los Baby's failed to crack the American charts until 1986, when the compilation album 16 Exitos peaked at Number 15 on the Billboard Regional Mexican chart. Following the deaths of Emilio and Armando during the 1990s, a revised version of Los Baby's continued to tour with a revolving door of backup musicians. Tributo A Los Baby's was released in 2017, pairing the band with a number of contemporary Mexican musicians and spawning another hit with the song "Cómo Sufro," featuring vocalist Gloria Trevi.