When Gibraltar’s Melon Diesel dissolved in 2003, after three successful albums, their users put into two fresh rings: bassist Man Palmer and drummer Adrián Pozo formed the English-speaking Region 52, whereas business lead vocalist Dylan Ferro and guitarists Dani Fa and Danny Bugeja created Taxi cab, with the purpose of continuing Melon Diesel’s make of Spanish rock and roll. In the beginning complemented by Chango Mutney’s Christian Cortés and Tristán Tonna (though by no means considered as complete members), Taxi started to perform reside in the Gibraltar region. For the saving of Taxi’s initial album, Libre, nevertheless, brothers Matt and Gregg Bissonette stuffed the bass and drums positions. Released in March 2005, the buoyant rock and roll record banked on Melon Diesel’s popularity to quickly regain their viewers. The relatively mellower Mil Historias implemented in 2006, and Mirando Atrás, an record of newly documented variations of both Taxi cab and Melon Diesel tracks, made an appearance in 2008, presenting Marcelo Fuentes on bass and Vicente Climent on drums, even though the band continued to be nominally a trio. The lineup was taken care of for Taxi’s 4th record, Aquí y Ahora, that was nominated to get a 2010 Latin Grammy, as the music group was ostensibly looking to break right into the worldwide Latin pop marketplace.