Mexican alternative rock/pop outfit Fobia emerged in the early 1990s, releasing the hit self-titled debut album in 1990. The album housed their first hit track "Microbito," and was followed by albums Mundo Felix in 1991 and Leche in 1993. Fobia would issue two additional albums (one studio and one live) before disbanding in 1998, with lead singer Leonardo de Lozanne pursuing a solo career and keyboardist Inaki Vasquez producing Aurora y La Academia's debut album. After several years apart, the group would join forces once again in the early 2000s, releasing their first studio album in 10 years, Rosa Venus, in 2006.
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