Mexican Grupo Pegasso debuted with the release of a self-titled album in 1980 that featured the hit single "Los Dos Amantes," followed by the huge success of "Se Tambalea" in 1982. After more than a decade holding top-selling status in the tropical music field, Grupo Pegasso split into two different bands. Pega Pega de Emilio Reyna debuted with Cosas del Amor in 1996, followed by Reencuentro in 1997. On the other side and that same year, Pegasso del Pollo Esteban recorded Rompiendo el Silencio. ~ Drago Bonacich, Rovi