From the beginning, all of the group's albums were produced by Fernando Camacho and arranged by René Camacho. As La Arrolladora Banda el Limón grew in popularity, building a fan base that spread from Mexico to the United States, they moved to the Univision Music Group
affiliate Disa Records
and made their debut on the label with Grandes Boleros Arrolladores (2002). New albums followed on a regular basis, often more than one per year. In addition to studio albums, the group released live albums including En Vivo Desde Culiacán, Sinaloa (2004), Para Ti Exclusivo en Vivo Desde Arandas, Jalisco (2007), and Sold Out Desde Los Angeles (2009).
While the success of La Arrolladora Banda el Limón continued to grow with each passing year, including their first-ever Billboard chart-topper Más Adelante (2009), their pre-Disa
material was repackaged by Sony Music
on a series of compilations including Personalidad: 20 Exitos (2002), La Historia de la Arrolladora (2008), and Lo Esencial de la Arrolladora Banda el Limón (2009). The group and its labels issued numerous compilations along themed lines -- cumbias, romanticas, hits, etc. -- over the next several years.
A recording of new studio material titled Ojos en Blanco was issued in February 2015. It landed at number one on the Mexican Regional albums charts, and also placed well inside the general Top 200. The album was nominated in the category of Best Banda Album at that year's Latin Grammy Awards. Another full-length, Libre Otra Vez, followed a year later, and also reached the top of the U.S. Latin charts. In 2018, René Camacho and La Arrolladora Banda el Limón returned with Calidad y Cantidad, which hit number 11 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi