Latin pop duet la Sociedad was formed in the early '90s by Chilean Daniel Alejandro Guerrero Espinoza and Pablo Fernando Castro Navarrete. The two debuted in 1993 with a pop/ballad album called Misterios that featured the hit single "Yo Te Quiero." They started climbing charts around Latin America after issuing Dulce y Fatal in 1994. Two years later, El Camino de los Sueños became their first album made in the U.S. Los Enanitos Verdes' Tito Dávila produced la Sociedad's 2000 album Bar de Amores.
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