The Mexican group Los Bukis, an indigenous word which means “the youngsters,” recorded their debut album in 1975. It included Camilo Sesto’s “Quieres Ser Mi Amante,” a Spanish edition of the traditional “Emotions,” as well as the band’s 1st original strike, “Falso Amor.” The group was created by vocalist/songwriter Marco Antonio Solís and his cousin, guitarist Joel Solís, who have been previously performing beneath the name of Los Hermanitos Solís. The initial foursome had many changes through the 1980s, becoming became a member of by keyboardist Roberto Guadarrama, percussionist and sax participant José Guadarrama, who changed José Javier Solís when the designer decided to take up a solo profession, bassist Eusebio Cortéz, and drummer Pedro Sánchez. Los Bukis began playing traditional Mexican music, later on shifting to Latin pop ballads. When the music group was at its climax, Marco Antonio Solís also began composing for well-known artists such as for example Marisela and Laura Flores. In 1989, Los Bukis accomplished four Lo Nuestro Honours, while its tunes were regularly climbing on Latin graphs. The group disbanded in 1995 when its leading vocalist went by himself.