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Timbiriche (also known for a brief time as La Banda Timbiriche) was a Mexican pop music group. The group started as a children's group in 1982 and managed to evolve successfully into adulthood.

Timbiriche is considered one of the most iconic Latin Pop acts of the 1980s and the early 1990s. It was the seed of numerous figures in the Latin American entertainment world, including successful singers like Thalía, Paulina Rubio and Edith Márquez, as well as actors, composers and conductors.

The discography of the band consists of twelve studio albums released between 1982 and 1993, in addition to two compilation albums and two discs recorded live. Timbiriche has sold more than 15 million copies in Mexico and other Latin American territories, being considered one of the most popular Latin Pop bands of all time. They have met in three successful reunions. The first occurred in 1998, the second in 2007 celebrating twenty five years since the foundation of the band and the third one in 2017, celebrated by a sold out tour.

The band have also starred in a documentary directed by Carlos Marcovich entitled La Misma Piedra that followed step by step the band's adventures in the preparation of the tours, concerts and behind the scenes of its 25th anniversary. In 2007, Televisa also produced a reality show whose objective was to integrate a new lineup for the band.

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Year Title RatingReleases
1982 La Banda Timbiriche 2
1983 Timbiriche 1
1984 Timbiriche 1
1988 VIII - IX 1
1989 10 4 1
1991 Lo mejor 1
1992 11 2
7 1
Somos amigos 1
Timbiriche - VI 1
Timbiriche XII 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title RatingReleases
1996 20 kilates musicales 1
1999 Serie Millennium 21 1
2007 25 años 1
Éxitos 1
Timbiriche 25 1

Album + Live

Year Title RatingReleases
1999 El concierto 1
La Banda Timbiriche en concierto 1

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