Nana Pancha is created in april 1996. The name was taken from a popular movie from the 50's called "Escuela de
Vagabundos" featuring biggest mexican star Pedro Infante, in which he performed a song called Nana Pancha, revolutionary
that defends fair and noble causes and in her spare time she likes to party hard. In july 1997, they recorded a demo on La
Loca Rekords, Mexico City, wiht Juan Carlos "El Loco" Hernandez and under executive production Pepe Lobo Records. It
includes six new songs, being "Nana Pancha" a immediate hit on the local lists and taking the radio over 8 straight weeks.