Mexican substitute pop/rock pioneer Fobia produced their debut using the release of the self-titled album in 1990, featuring “Microbito,” the band’s 1st hit, accompanied by 1991’s Mundo Feliz and 1993’s Leche. After issuing Amor Chiquito in 1995, initial drummer Jorge Amaro made a decision to keep the act, becoming changed by ex-Víctimas del Doctor Cerebro percussionist Jay de la Cueva. In 1997 Fobia came back having a live recording known as Fobia on Snow, documented at Mexico City’s Metropolitan Theatre, Monterrey, and Guadalajara. Fobia disbanded in 1998. Quickly, vocalist Leonardo de Lozanne began a solo profession while keyboardist Iñaki Vásquez became a member of his sister Aurora to create Aurora con la Academia’s debut recording. After a long time, Fobia made a decision to regroup, getting de Lozanne, de la Cueva, Vásquez, and guitarist Paco Huidobro back again and adding Cha! on bass. In 2006 they released their 1st studio recording in a decade, and fifth general, Rosa Venus, on Sony International.