Mexican band Azúl Violeta was shaped in 1988 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, by Hugo Rodríguez and César López. Combining funk and spirit, these Latin rockers could actually convince EMI, which authorized them up in 1994, liberating America, stated in Britain by Richard Blair. That record was advertised having a Latin America and U.S. tour. In 1996, Azúl Violeta constructed an improvised documenting studio in a abandoned Jalisco’s theater to help make the pursuing album. The effect was Globoscopio, that was shown live around Mexico. IN-MAY 1998, César López made a decision to keep the band. Later on the rest of the Azúl Violeta’s people released Mini Multi.
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