Los Invasores de Nuevo Leon began their career in 1980 when singer/accordionist Javier Rios, bassist Homero de Leon, and drummer Eliud López decided to assemble a norteño outfit supported by the legendary Ramón Ayala. In 1997, after issuing their music locally, los Invasores de Nuevo Leon signed up to EMI Latin. The band then made their international debut with the releases Ventanas Al Viento and Vuelvo Contigo. They climbed music charts with "A Mí Qué Me Quedó." The traditional Mexican sextet achieved their first platinum record in 1998.
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