Produced in 2001 in Madrid, Spain, La Quinta Estación initial set up themselves in Latin America — particularly Mexico, where their second album, 2004’s Flores de Alquiler, spun away numerous strikes and established the rock and roll en español outfit on an instant training course to international stardom. Made up of vocalist Natalia Jiménez, guitarist Ángel Reyero, and bassist Pablo Domínguez, La Quinta Estación (aka La 5ª Estación, which means “The 5th Period”) transferred from Madrid to Mexico after documenting their debut record, Primera Toma (2002). They didn’t appreciate much success with this record, and in the entire year to check out, they worked difficult to find footing inside the Latin pop field, adding music to soundtracks (specifically Clase 406 and Dame Tu Cuerpo) and a tribute record (Tributo a los Hombres G). Their Clase 406 contribution, “Dónde Irán,” previously released on Primera Toma, gained significant attention among the well-known Mexican telenovela’s theme music. This feet in the entranceway established the stage because of their second record, Flores de Alquiler, that was indeed a significant breakthrough that spawned four well-known strikes: “Un Sol No Regresa,” “Daría,” “Algo Más,” and “Niña.” The album’s double-platinum achievement transported over into 2005 aswell as 2006, as the group had taken the liberty of issuing an in-concert Compact disc/Dvd movie, Acustico, that essentially was an “unplugged” undertake Flores de Alquiler. Acustico tided on the band’s sizable group of fans until the launch of Un Mundo Se Equivoca in 2006. Heading platinum in the U.S., platinum in Mexico, and two times platinum in Spain, Un Mundo Se Equivoca cemented La 5ª Estación’s position mainly because Latin pop superstars. In addition, it won them essential respect, as La 5ª Estación gained a Latin Grammy Honor for their attempts. The music group then recorded its strength like a live take action with 2008’s Directo Desde Madrid, a Compact disc/DVD release offering footage from your group’s concerts. Sin Frenos adopted in March 2009 and continued scoop the very best Latin Pop Recording in the 2010 Grammy Honours. By the end of 2010 the music group announced they might continue hiatus, saying their wish to explore specific tasks as their inspiration. In 2012 the compilation Recuerdame Con Cartasy con Algo Mas . . . Los Exitos premiered.