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La Dosis

La Dosis

La Dosis


La Dosis is a Mexican rock group from Guadalajara, Jalisco. The group was originally founded by Sara Valenzuela (vocals), Tlemilco Lozano (guitar), Aldo Ochoa (drums), Ricardo Arreola (bass), Gilberto Cervantes (trumpet), Niina Venäläinen (alto saxophone) and Giancarlo Fragoso (Tenor Saxophone .) The group was honoured to emerge as a fusion band, mixing funk and rock with pop music from the 70s at a time when the influence of successful bands like Caifanes Read more on Last.fm
La Dosis is a Mexican rock group from Guadalajara, Jalisco. The group was originally founded by Sara Valenzuela (vocals), Tlemilco Lozano (guitar), Aldo Ochoa (drums), Ricardo Arreola (bass), Gilberto Cervantes (trumpet), Niina Venäläinen (alto saxophone) and Giancarlo Fragoso (Tenor Saxophone .) The group was honoured to emerge as a fusion band, mixing funk and rock with pop music from the 70s at a time when the influence of successful bands like Caifanes, Maldita Vecindad and Café Tacvba was strong and set the musical direction for new groups. La Dosis first appeared on the scene of rock Guadalajara in 1996 where they released their first album titled simply "La Dosis". This album contains the iconic song "Nada", the most successful radio group, with songs like "Lotería" and "Me Siento Morir". Their next album, "Radio Acapulco" (1997), (where they do not have the presence of Venäläinen, Cervantes, Ochoa or Fragoso) is an album of covers, where La Dosis released their own versions of classics like "Pedro Navajas" or "Luces de Nueva York" and which revealed its gradual change in style, which begins the inclusion of elements of electronic music in funk sound. On their third album, "Hydro" (1998) this inclusion becomes more evident, changing the sound quite original and now the only group a quartet and a change of drummer for Marsa Romo who came from Eraneo later known as "azul violeta".

This album, the last album that would launch La Dosis before its dissolution in 2001. Distinguished radio hits as "Hombre Bala", "Paraíso" or "Atómico". These three issues are part of the soundtrack of the Mexican film "La Segunda Noche " (1999) Director Alejandro Gamboa. Read more on Last.fm.

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