Menudo (Spanish synonym for "little"-and, in Puerto Rican Spanish, for "loose change") was a Puerto Rican-based, Latino boy band that was formed in the 1970s by producer Edgardo Díaz. Menudo was one of the biggest Latin boy bands in history, releasing their first album in 1977. The band achieved much success, especially during the 1980s, becoming the most popular Latin American teen musical group of the era. The group disbanded in 2009.
The third self-titled album was Menudo's 23rd (third in Portuguese) released in 1986, featuring Charlie Massó, Robi Rosa, Ricky Martin, Raymond Acevedo, and Sergio Blass. This album is the Portuguese version of Refrescante and once again the group's management decided to release the album using the same cover that was used for the Spanish version. This is the fourth and final album recorded by this line-up. Hold Me - Singer: Robi Rosa.
Menudo can refer to: Menudo (band), boy band. Menudo (album), three of their albums went by this name. Menudo: La Reunion (2005), a music project composed of former band members. Menudo (soup), traditional Mexican soup.
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Feliz Navidad (1982) is Menudo's 12th album, and third Christmas album. This album was originally released in late 1982 with ten tracks, and was reissued a year later in late 1983 with fourteen tracks. Both versions of this album have two different covers, and while the second cover features Ricky Meléndez, Johnny Lozada, Xavier Serbiá, Miguel Cancel, and Charlie Massó, they did not record any new material for this album. These albums were both compilations, featuring songs from past Christmas albums Felicidades and Es Navidad.
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