Soda Stereo is the debut album recorded by Argentine rock band Soda Stereo, released in 1984 and produced by Federico Moura, then leader of Virus. It was remastered in 2007 at Sterling Sound Studios in New York. All music composed by Gustavo Cerati, except where noted. Gustavo Cerati – Lead Vocals, Guitars. Zeta Bosio – Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals. Charly Alberti – Drums, Percussion. Additional personnel. Daniel Melero - Keyboards. Gonzalo Palacios - Sax. Federico Moura – Producer.
7 May at 15:19 ·. Finalmente después de buscarlo durante años apareció! Es el primer demo grabado en la sala de casa con la portastudio Tascam de uno de los músicos de mi viejo. 7 May at 14:04 ·. Me Verás Volver - e solo Soda Stereo logra. Muy profesionales y dedicados a su público siempre. En vivo: ¡ Extraordinarios!
List of Soda Stereo albums. Soda Stereo Album: La Historia De. Album Information : Title: La Historia De. Release Date:2002-01-01. Genre:Latin, Pop Latino, Rock En Español. Label: Explicit Lyrics:No.
Album · 1984 · 11 Songs. Soda Stereo Soda Stereo. Alternative and Latin Rock. Lo Mejor de Los Violadores.
Dynamo is an album recorded by Argentine rock band Soda Stereo. It is their sixth full-length album and it was first released in Argentina by Sony Music Argentina in 1992. Considered one of the most core examples of a shoegazing album (and Hispanic shoegaze's high point by critics and fans alike), this is a very modern album that might have been accepted in anglophone music, and was quite visionary for those years
Soda Stereo recorded their debut during the second half of 1984. The album was produced by Federico Moura, vocalist for Virus. Soda Stereo presented their debut album at El Teatro Astros on 14 December 1984, it was their first show there. The stage was designed by Alfredo Lois, who for the occasion located 26 television sets in the background. The TV's were turned on and out of sync with each other - the theme of "Sobredosis de TV" (TV Overdose). It was titled, Soda Stereo: Una Parte de La Euforia (1983–1997) (Soda Stereo: A Part of the Euphoria (1983–1997)). On September 20, 2005 an Argentine DVD of Soda's last concert, which took place exactly 8 years before at River Plate stadium was released. It was titled El Ultimo Concierto (En Vivo) (The Last Concert – Live).