California’s Industria del Amor began in the late ’80s, scoring several minor hits in Mexico before breaking out in the early ’90s as a sort of mid-level soft-rock Tejano ballad hit machine. Ironically, the group’s only Number One Latin chart hit was the single “A Capa y Espada,” one of the only Industria del Amor songs that doesn’t feature the vocals of singer Roberto Verduzco. Though the group’s singles began to fade from the charts toward the end of the ’90s, Industria del Amor’s albums continued to chart. The groups’ continuing popularity was confirmed with the release of two greatest-hits packages, 30 Inolvidables and 30 Inolvidables, Vol. 2, both of which were Top 20 Latin chart hits in 2003.

Edited by rocha714 on 4 Oct 2008, 03:35

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