Easily the group's most musically ambitious set to date, Trampoline's blend of pop and Latin textures didn't connect with the mainstream country audience in the United States, though the album and its first single, "Dance the Night Away" proved to be a major success in the United Kingdom. The Mavericks soon found themselves at loggerheads with their record company, and they parted ways with MCA.
The group went on hiatus for several years, with Malo releasing a solo album in and recording with the Latino supergroup Los Super Seven, while Robert Reynolds played on sessions with the group Swag. In , the group re-assembled -- with guitarist Eddie Perez replacing Nick Kane -- and recorded a self-titled set for Sanctuary Records. The album failed to chart, and the band split up shortly thereafter.
Sanctuary cashed in with a live album and DVD, recorded in Austin, Texas on the album's promotional tour, and released in the fall of The members went their own ways, most of them continuing to perform in various music projects, while Raul Malo continued his successful solo career, recording five more albums.
The Mavericks reunited again in , and expanded their lineup to a quintet with pianist Jerry Dale McFadden, a longtime sideman, was bumped up to full membership alongside Malo, Deakin, Perez, and Reynolds. The Mavericks toured in support, but fans noticed that Reynolds was playing acoustic guitar during the shows rather than bass and was barely audible in the mix.
In December , the Mavericks made the surprising announcement that Reynolds had been fired from the band after it was discovered he had developed an opiate addiction the group said they had financed several unsuccessful stays in rehab for him and was accused of soliciting money from fans under false pretenses. Despite the drama, the Mavericks were determined not to let their fans down and completed an eclectic new album, Mono, which was released in February In , the Mavericks asserted their independence by launching their own label, Mono Mundo Recordings, distributed by the successful indie outfit Thirty Tigers.
Their first release on the new label was a concert recording, All Night Live, Vol. In order, these singles reached numbers 25, 18, 20, 30 and 49 on the Billboard Country Singles now Hot Country Songs chart.
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If you think I don't care, then your mistaken. My love was always there, now my hearts breaking. Oh Baby, oh what a crying shame to let it all slip away. Gone in yesterday, yeah. Oh baby, my life would be so blue, my heart would break in two. What A Crying Shame. I Should Have Been True. Just A Memory. All That Heaven Will Allow. Neon Blue. O What A Thrill. Ain't Found Nobody. Crime Junkie. If you can never get enough true crime The Piketon Massacre." There Goes My Heart " is a song written by Raul Malo and Kostas, and recorded by American country music group The Mavericks. It was released in October as the third single from the album What a Crying Shame. The song reached number 20 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.