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Pandora is a female Mexican singing trio.

The original line-up consisted of sisters Isabel Lascurain and Mayte Lascurain and their cousin Fernanda Meade. Meade left the group in May 1989 to pursue a solo career, returning to the group in 1997; during this time, her place was taken by Liliana Aboroa.

Pandora's music can be classified as Latin Pop, though some of their later albums feature much more traditional Mexican composition. Pandora borrows heavily from other performers and songwriters. The trio has covered many songs of Juan Gabriel, Manuel Alejandro, and Hernaldo Zúñiga. These covers make up a large part of their performance repertoire.

Their signature song is a composition by singer-songwriter Hernaldo Zúñiga titled "¿Cómo te va mi amor?" (Eng.: "How is it going my love?") which was recently included on the VH1 countdown of the 100 Best Songs of the 80s in Spanish at number 16. Pandora peaked at number one in the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks in 1993 with their rendition of "Without You", titled "Desde el Día Que Te Fuiste", taken from their cover album Ilegal.

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of their debut, the three original members of Pandora reunited in 2010 to release a new album, Pandora.. de plata, which consisted of covers, duets, and re-recordings of their old hits.

Origen

Durante su estancia escolar las hermanas Lascuraín participaban en diversos festivales musicales junto con otras compañeras, las cuales se hacian llamar "Las Jeans", posteriormente Isabel y Mayte deciden juntarse con Fernanda Meade (amiga de la familia) y así forman un trío llamado "Trebol", con este nombre grabaron un LP, titulado "El día que me quieras", grabado en 1981 para RCA Víctor, que solo fue difundido entre los trabajadores de una renombrada empresa.

De 1981 a 1984 se dedicaron a hacer coros de artistas como Emmanuel, Pedro Vargas (quien es su padrino) y voces de apoyo al grupo Timbiriche. Pero 29 de noviembre de 1984 se les presenta la oportunidad de firmar un contrato discográfico a cargo de EMI. El director artístico de Emi Capitol de México, Luis Moyano las bautizó con el nombre de Pandora, por ser el primer trío femenimo en México después de treinta años de no haber uno, y en la mitología griega Pandora fue la primera mujer creada sobre la faz de la tierra.