Mexican Latin pop Ciao Mama emerged in 1997. After issuing a self-titled debut album in 1999, the five-member outfit became a local teen pop favorite. Their first record was produced by José Ramon Flores, Loris Ceroni, and Carlos Lara, and featured the hit singles "S.O.S." and "Veneno y Miel." José Luis Ortega Castro (born 1981; aka "Pepe"), Guillermo Cespedes Campo (born 1981; aka "Memo"), José Luis Velasquez Monseñor (born 1980), Alberto Castañeda Sierra (born 1981; aka "Beto"), and Carlos Antonio Cisneros Macias (born 1979; aka "Tony") moved to Bologna, Italy, to make their follow-up album entitled Puntos Suspensivos.
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