The Mexican five-member band Zinzzero, named after the Spanish word "sincero" (sincere), had the opportunity to sign up with Sony Discos after meeting Intenso's manager Ferm+¡n Limon. Based in Alamo, TX, the outfit debuted with the release of a self-titled album in 1998 covering Joan Sebast+¡an's "Tatuajes" and Cornelio Reyna's "Tengo Miedo." Un Amor Prohibido followed in April 2000, featuring "-+Por Qu+¬ Te Vas?," written by Carlos Guti+¬rrez. Zinzzero's contemporary style based on traditional Mexican rhythms was delivered once again on 2001's Al Pensar en Ti and 2002's Para la Historia. ~ Drago BonacichPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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