Los Bukis was a Mexican band that originated from Ario de Rosales, Michoacán, Mexico. The band's biography began in the 1970s when it was formed by cousins Joel Solis and Marco Antonio Solis. Other members who eventually joined the group were Roberto Guadarrama, Eusevio "El Chivo" Cortez, Pedro Sanchez and Jose "Pepe" Guadarrama. Their first single was "Falso Amor", which appeared on their 1975 debut album, Falso Amor (Casas de Carton). Los Bukis's style instantly became successful in Latin America and the album went on to sell a million records. They eventually went on to release 15 albums from 1977 to 1995, including 1977's Te Tuve Y Te Perdi, 1978's Me Siento Solo, 1979's Los Triunfadores, 1980's Me Muero Porque Seas Mi Novia, 1981's Presiento Que Boy a Llorar, 1982's Yo Te Necisito, 1985's Mi Fantasia, 1985's A Donde Vas, 1988's Si Me Recuerdas, 1989's Y Para Siempre, 1991's A Través de Tus Ojos, 1992's Quiéreme, 1994's Inalcanzable and the 1995 album Por Amor a Mi Pueblo. The Los Bukis discography also included several compilations, such as the 1989 Lo Romántico de Los Bukis, 1989's Juntos Otra Vez and the 2007 30 Recuerdos Inolvidables. During his time with Los Bukis, original member Marco Antonio Solís also worked on writing and producing albums for artists including Beatriz Adriana, Rocío Dúrcal and María Sorté. He eventually decided to pursue a solo career and went on to release multiple popular recordings. Upon his departure, the remaining members of the band formed a new group called Los Mismos.