|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Niña||2||Audio||1983||Master Records (3)|
|2||Shady Lady Baby Doll / Highway Queen||2||Audio||1979||Philips|
|3||Mujer / Ana||2||Audio||1978||Crystal (5)|
|4||Geh Noch Nicht Nach Hause||2||Audio||1975||Decca|
|5||Rose Von Valencia||2||Audio||1975||Decca|
He started in mid-seventies as a singer, but is mostly known as the co-producer, arranger, mixer and engineer behind the eighties-era euro-disco sound of [a=Modern Talking].
Luis Rodriguez co-produced such artists as [a=C.C. Catch], [a=Blue System], [a=Chris Norman] (ex-[a=Smokie]), [a=Bonnie Tyler], [a=Les McKeown] (ex-[a=Bay City Rollers]), [a=Errol Brown] (ex-[a=Hot Chocolate]) etc.
In mid-eighties he worked on numerous projects like [a=New Baccara], [a=Mike Mareen], [a=Loco Loco (2)], [a=Chicano (4)], [a=T. Ark], [a=Sweet Connection] etc.
With vocals of his wife [a=Josephine Hiebel] he made a string of dance-projects such as: [a=Creative Connection], [a=Josy], [a=Dana Harris (3)] etc.
Nowadays Luis keeps on working on various projects: [a=2 Eivissa] (No1 in Spain in 1997), [a=David Tavaré] (No1 in Spain in 2006), [a=Matthias Reim], [a=Mark Ashley (2)], [a=Oliver Lukas] and, of course, with [a=Lian Ross].
He is founder/owner of [l=LR Musikverlag], [l=Studio 33 Mallorca].