Industria del Amor Biography, Songs, & Albums |

The Industria del Amor is a Mexican pop group that has been around since the late 1990s. They have released five studio albums and two live albums, with their most recent album being released in 2017.

The industria del amor integrantes are a pop-rock band from Mexico. They have released two albums, one in 2009 and one in 2011.

30 Inolvidables Industria del Amor started in the late 1980s, earning a few modest singles in Mexico before breaking out as a mid-level soft-rock, Tejano ballad hit machine in the early 1990s. Ironically, the group’s lone No. 1 Latin chart success was the track “A Capa y Espada,” which is one of the few Industria del Amor songs without vocalist Roberto Verduzco’s vocals. Though the group’s singles faded near the end of the decade, Industria del Amor’s albums remained popular. The publication of two greatest-successes collections, 30 Inolvidables and 30 Inolvidables, Vol. 2, both of which were Top 20 Latin chart hits in 2003, underlined the group’s continued popularity. Si Te Perdiera, their third studio album, was released in 2005 and included unexpected Duranguense arrangements of two well-known Mexican standards: Bulmaro Bermdez’s “Los Caminos de Michoacan” and José Alfredo Jiménez’s “Camino de Guanajuato.” Industria del Amor toured South America with 2006’s Para Ti…Nuestra Historia, which charted high inside the Top Latin Albums top 50. They parted ways with Fonovisio when none of their last two albums, 2007’s Lagrimas Del Amor (2007) and 2008’s Hasta el Cielo (2008), charted. Following the success of Noche Buena on Platino Records in 2011, Industria del Amor signed a contract with Discos America. Fireza, their first album, was released the next year and charted alongside 20 Grandes Exitos Con Mariachi and 20 Aniversario on the Top Latin Albums list. The latter was ranked in the top twenty. The band embarked on a tour that took them throughout the United States, Mexico, and Latin America. In 2017, Industria del Amor released Romanticos Por Siempre, a split album with Los Yonic’s.