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    Amor Chiquito

    • Year Released: 1995
    Amor Chiquito is the fourth album released by Mexican rock band Fobia on December 22, 1995. Of previous albums, "Amor Chiquito" possesses a broader range of melodies, from Hard Rock tunes ("Revolución sin manos", "Descontrol"), to more melodic themes ("Hipnotízame", "Vivo"), to pop songs like "Sin querer". Fobia's signature sound does not change, staying true to its eclectic lyrics full of surreal and sometimes mesmerizing imagery. Ten more years would pass before Fobia would sit together again to record another LP.
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    Fobia

    • Year Released: 1990
    Fobia is an album released by Mexican rock band Fobia. Their self-titled debut album was released in 1990. The songs are primarily themed around common phobias and anxieties, filled with dark humor and melodic music inspired by British bands like The Cure. Songs like Los muñecos and Las moscas deal with the fear of dolls and flies respectively. Other songs like Dios bendiga a los gusanos and El crucifijo deal with the anxieties of love. El microbito delivers humor and a quick change of pace towards the album's finale. It is worth noting that the songs listed above are all hits. The band received critical and commercial success, added to the fact that Rock en español was going through a revival at the time and new bands seemed to come out of the woodwork. The original lineup was:
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    Fobia on Ice

    • Year Released: 1997
    Fobia on Ice was a live album released by Fobia, a Mexican rock band on December 16, 1997. After Fobia's first live album, band members Leonardo de Lozanne, Paco Huidobro, Cha!, and Iñaki would part ways without formally breaking up until recording together again in 2004.
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    Leche

    • Year Released: 1993
    Leche is an album released by Mexican rock band Fobia. The word "Leche" means Milk in Spanish. This was their third album. Their greatest hit Miel de escorpión is still a reference song for Rock en español fans. Other hits include Los cibernoides and Plastico.
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    Mundo Feliz

    • Year Released: 1991
    Mundo Feliz was the second album released by Mexican rock band Fobia in 1991 . Contrary to their first album, the songs have more surreal lyrics and imagery, without losing the eclectic sound that made Fobia famous throughout Latin America.
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    Rosa Venus

    • Year Released: 2005
    Rosa Venus is a Rock en español album recorded by Mexican rock band Fobia. The album was released on July 26, 2003. Songs include "Hoy tengo miedo", previously recorded their previous album Wow 87*04, No eres yo, and 200 Sabados. This is Fobia's first full-length album since Amor Chiquito of 1995.
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    Wow 87*04

    • Year Released: 2004
    Wow 1987-2004 is a Spanish language rock and roll greatest hits album by Mexican band Fobia. This is Fobia's first recording of any type since 1997's Fobia on Ice. This anthology compiles Fobia's greatest hits from their first five albums Fobia (1990), Mundo Feliz (1991), Leche (1993), Amor Chiquito (1995), and Fobia on Ice (1997), along with two new songs. Original members Leonardo de Lozanne (voice), Paco Huidobro (guitar), Cha! (bass), and Iñaki (keyboards) returned, along with new drummer Jay de la Cueva and recorded two new singles: "Más caliente que el sol" and "Hoy tengo miedo". It represents their come back from a long pause of the group, the members took a brake pursuing new projects and joined to record this album.
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