Alternative rock-band shaped in Pomona, CA, by Adrián and Victor Monroy, Heriberto González, and Eric Rubalcaba. Brothers Monroy began to get thinking about Latin rock within the mid-’80s hearing typically the most popular rings in those days. Their first action was known as Juana La Loca in the first ’90s. In 1994, the music group recorded its initial record after registering to Aztlan, marketing their music in Los Angeles’ Latin rock and roll scene. To obtain second record performed, Pastilla transferred to BMG. That record was known as Vox Electra, released in 1996.