Los Ángeles Azules are a Mexican group specialized in Cumbia / banda music formed in Mexico City, Mexico in 1976 by brothers Elas, Jose and Jorge Meja Avante.

Playing a Latin style known as onda grupera, the band became a chart-topping act after issuing “Inolvidables” in 1996, soon, achieving platinum status in Argentina where they successfully performed live in 1998. Later, singer Carlos Veises decided to leave the group, forming his own band called Los Ángeles De Charlie.

Edited by E-Clect-Eddy on 27 Mar 2012, 23:25

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