Los Hitters

Los Hitters were an influential Mexican rock band formed in the 1960s. With their energetic style and ability to fuse international rhythms with a unique Mexican touch, Los Hitters became one of the most prominent groups of their time. Their collaboration with Discos DIMSA and later with Discos Orfeón was crucial for their success and dissemination. Through these partnerships, Los Hitters reached a wide audience and left an indelible mark on the history of Mexican rock.

6 Albums

Los Hitters were one of the most influential bands in the Mexican rock scene of the 1960s. Formed in Mexico City, the group stood out for their ability to blend international rhythms with a distinctive Mexican touch, which deeply resonated with the youth of the time.

Formation and Early Years

The group was composed of talented musicians: Jorge Lozano on lead vocals, Marco Polo Tena on guitar, Lalo Toral on keyboards, Juan Ramón Carrasco on bass, and Sergio Martell on drums. Their formation coincided with the rise of rock and roll in Mexico, a time when local bands sought to emulate and adapt the sounds coming from the United States and the United Kingdom.

Success and Relationship with Discos DIMSA/Orfeón

Los Hitters' success took off when they signed with Discos DIMSA, a subsidiary of Discos Orfeón. This partnership was crucial for the dissemination of their music, allowing them to record and distribute several albums that captured the attention of the Mexican public. Among their most notable records is their self-titled debut album "Los Hitters" released in 1965, which includes hits like "El Juego del Amor" and "Ahora Estoy Solo".

The relationship with Discos Orfeón provided Los Hitters with a platform to reach a wider audience and consolidate their position in the music industry. The production quality and promotion offered by Orfeón played a crucial role in the success of their releases.


Los Hitters not only defined an era in Mexican rock but also influenced subsequent generations of musicians. Their innovative style and energy on stage made them a beloved and respected band. Today, their songs are still remembered and celebrated, keeping the essence of 60s rock alive in Mexico.

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