Assembled in 1986 as a rock band to play at local parties, La Fiebre turned to Tejano music to please their customers. After founding their own label, called L.F. Records, the group self-produced their debut album in 1987, re-released a year later featuring the hit single "Vestida de Color de Rosa," previously made popular by Ramón Ayala. In the year 2000, La Fiebre became an alternative Mexican outfit after issuing Evolución and Cuidado Se Te Pega, playing a combination of traditional local music and Latin pop. ~ Drago BonacichPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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