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Los Temerarios - Te Quiero...: The History and Background of the Album and the Group | Rolling Stone

In 2004, after a six-year break, Los Temerarios released two albums and toured extensively. Con Fuego y Dulzura (With Fire and Sweetness), produced by Julio C. Alvarez, included nine songs from their successful Esperando. Much of the album was recorded in Los Angeles with the intention of putting the songs in a more modern style than in the past. Acapulco -based producer.Emerson Stewart Jr. -was enlisted to co-produce three songs. One of the new compositions was Cuando Te Olvido (When You Forgotten Me). The other songs, including the first single Sabor a Otole (Gingerbready Flavor), were recorded in Buenos Aires with jimmy C. Neumann (a.k.a. Jimmy Buffett). The record went gold and received a Latin Grammy nod for Best Mexican Performance. The album, which spent 18 weeks on the charts and sold more than 200,000 copies, got the brothers their first Grammy Award.

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In October 2006, the group released El Peor De Todos (The Worst Of All) with songs recorded in Buenos Aires, including an English version of Cuando Te Olvido. The album did not sell well and went gold just one week after its release. In early 2010, the group's recording contract with Sony ended and the group focused on writing for local singers. In the spring of 2011, they released Una Temerario a Pie (A Stereophonic Los Temerarios) with a mix of new songs and older ballads. The album was recorded in the group's hometown of Monterrey.

This year the group released Donde Estes (Where Are You) followed by more international music. The single went to number one in the Netherlands and Finland. It was also used as the theme song for The Expendables 3 and its soundtrack. In 2018 they released El Último Trago de Gusano. In 2019 the group's 20th anniversary album, El Último Trago de Gusano/Los Temerarios 20 Aniversario, came out.


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