| Pop punk|
| Pop punk|
| 1991–2000, 2007–present|
Johanna San Miguel
José Javier Castro
Mundo Cachina, Al derecho y al revés (Remastered), Por Tierra, La Liga Del Sueño
Pelo Madueño, Gonzalo Torres
Síndrome Moscow, Michael Paynter, António Variações, Miguel Costas, Nicolás Mayorca
La Liga Del Sueño is a Peruvian pop punk band formed in 1991 which had two minor hits "La Peor de las Guerras" and "Mala Sangre".
The band was formed in Lima by several members of the very well known (locally) clown troupé called "Pataclaun" including Jorge "Pelo Madueño", Gonzalo Torres and Johanna San Miguel.
Their first public performance was on October 31, 1991 in "Centro Cultural Parra del Riego" (Barranco, Lima) along with established local musician Miki Gonzales.
In 1994 the band released their first album "Al derecho y al revés" including "Aldina" which had brief rotation on MTV Latino. Two years later "Por tierra" ("By land") under the label "Discos Independientes", including the original version of their first - though minor - hit "La Peor de las Guerras" ("The worst of all wars"). Local success ensued and the band was signed by Sony MUSIC in 1998. With Sony they released "Mundo Cachina" which had wide rotation in Peruvian media helped by the video clips for "Mala Sangre" and "No es amor"
In 1999 the band was invited to Sony International's A&R Convention where bands like La Oreja de Van Gogh and Creed (band), also played.
After heavy touring the band went into hiatus in 2000, however in 2007 founding member "Pelo" Madueño announced the band would be playing together again."Al derecho y Al revés" (1994)
"Por tierra" (Discos Independientes, 1996)
"Mundo Cachina" (Sony Latino, 2000)
Mala SangreMundo Cachina · 2016La Liga del Sueño Wikipedia
La Peor de las GuerrasMundo Cachina · 2016
No es AmorMundo Cachina · 2016