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MDO Free Music

MDO

Effective period / Period of releases: 1997 - 2001

Members: Alexis Grullon, Abel Talamantez

MDO is a Latin American pop/rock band, spun off in 1997 from the Puerto Rican boy band once known as Menudo. The group's first line-up reunited for an international tour in 2015. In the mid-1990s, Edgardo Diaz, Menudo's creator and director, sold the rights for the trademarked name Menudo to a Panamanian company. After the release and promotion of Menudo's album Tiempo De Amar in 1996, the remaining line-up formed MDO under the direction and production of Diaz at first.
The members at the time were Abel Talamantez, Alexis Grullón, Anthony Galindo, Didier Hernandez and Daniel Rene. Together they recorded the album MDO in 1997 Gold Record. In 1999, they followed it with Un Poco Más. The album featured two English songs, "Groove With Me Tonight" and "Fantasy", in an attempt to cross-over to the US market, this album hit Platinum in sales and took MDO to #1 in US Billboard Hot Latin Tracks.. The same happened with 2000's Subir Al Cielo which featured two more English singles, also went Platinum on record sales and #1 in US Hot Latin Tracks from Billboard

External Pages

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MDO_(band)