Few groups in Latin American pop have been responsible for generating as much star power as Timbiriche. Originating as a tween pop outfit in the early ‘80s, the Mexican ensemble launched the careers of international acts like Thalía, Paulina Rubio, Edith Márquez, and many more throughout its decades-long lifespan. Like other artists of their era, Timbiriche announced itself to the world on the iconic variety show Siempre en Domingo––under the wing of legendary Spanish musician Miguel Bosé––a place that served as a launching pad for major pop acts like Luis Miguel, Selena, and countless others. Soon, wide-eyed classics like “México” (1982), “Soy un Desastre” (1985), and “Corro, Vuelo, Me Acelero” (1985) rapidly captured the hearts of audiences throughout Latin America and turned the teenybopper group into a ubiquitous brand that would grow up alongside their Gen-X fanbase. Timbiriche successfully transitioned into an adult group by the ‘90s and went on to have many iterations, reunions, and even a reality show. As much a nostalgia act as a cultural institution, they have maintained their iconic status thanks to a sizeable catalog of memorable hits like “Con Todos Menos Conmigo” (1987), “Si No Es Ahora” (1987), and “Tú y Yo Somos Uno Mismo” (1988), which continue to find new life in enervating live performances (as documented on the band’s 2017 album Juntos) as well as karaokes, weddings, and parties all over the Americas.