Formerly referred to as the Kind’s, California-based Los Bondadosos were formed in Mexico simply by singer Gustavo Camarillo, Jesús Cardosa, guitarist Rafael Melero, bassist Javier Morales, and drummer Miguel García. After shifting towards the U.S., the group was captivated by hard rock and roll numbers, turning it is traditional pop design into Latin rock and roll. They agreed upon with indie label Anahuac and documented their debut record, called Chicana, accompanied by Mojado in 1975, offering the hit one “Cara de Angel.” In 1982, Los Bondadosos registered with Profono, which afterwards became Fonovisa. In 1995, a 25th wedding anniversary album premiered. But the music group didn’t end there. Even though they no more reached the graphs, they continuing touring and launching albums well in to the 21st hundred years. In January 2000 — following the departure of founding member Morales — the music group documented Mi Mejor Regalo with brand-new keyboardist Enrique (Un Quiqui) Gomez. It had been made by Roberto (Un Beto) Guadarrama, arranger for Los Bukis. The key pad player’s days using the group had been short-lived; early the next year, the music group changed him with Gustavo Pineda. They proved helpful hard at composing and getting a slew of fresh material, and documented and released Unidos immediately after the 9/11 episodes. In 2004 they released another assortment of Durangese tunes, De Durango… Los Primeros, and 2007 noticed the problem of Nuestra Historia, including a concert Dvd and blu-ray and three audio discs of strikes re-recorded having a who’s who of visitor artists. It had been accompanied by a 40th wedding anniversary DVD including virtually all the original users from the music group and unique guests. Numerous themed compilations had been issued on the next many years; 2017 noticed the discharge of El Mesaje de Dios Em virtude de Ti, a break up with Bronco, and Los Bondadosos/40 Super Exitos.