Latin group Los Caminates originally comprised Guanajuato, Mexico-born siblings Agust+¡n, Horacio, Br+¡gido and Mart+¡n Ramirez along with Humberto Navarro. Releasing their debut album Supe Perder in 1983, the group proceeded to rack up a series of hits including "Cuando Dos Almas, " He Sabido, " "Porque Tengo Tu Amor" and "Ven y Abrazame" throughout the mid-1980s. Keyboardist Mario Sotelo replaced Br+¡gido Ramirez in time for 1986's De Guanajuato...Para America, which generated the hit "Amor sin Palabras." Tragedy struck Los Caminates soon after when Mart+¡n Ramirez was killed in an accident; the surviving members released a tribute album, Gracias Mart+¡n, in 1987, and despite a subsequent series of line-up changes continued recording and touring throughout the decade to follow. ~ Jason AnkenyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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