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 RamÃ³n Ayala. In the year 2000, La Fiebre became an alternative Mexican outfit after issuing EvoluciÃ³n 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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