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Soda Stereo

Soda Stereo were one of the most important Argentine pop/rock bands of the '80s and early '90s. Created as a trio in 1982 and dissolved in 1997, the band was formed by guitarist/vocalist Gustavo Cerati, bass player Zeta Bosio (born Héctor Bosio), and drummer Charly Alberti (born Carlos Ficcichia). Their influence was spread to the rest of Latin America during the band's heyday, and a successful reunion in 2007 proved the endurance of Soda Stereo's popular sound. The group was initially influenced by new wave music and such bands as the Police, Television, and Talking Heads. Like those popular groups, Soda Stereo embraced an ever-changing style that was based on pop but often explored elements of new wave, ska, reggae, soul, noise rock, and electronica. Image was also important to the band, whose members concerned themselves with video clips, shows, clothing, and graphic design.

It's impossible to explain the renaissance of the Argentine rock movement in the early '80s without mentioning the return of democracy after seven years of military government in 1983. Although Soda Stereo did not sing about political topics, they emerged alongside a new political situation, which aligned them with bands like Virus and Los Twist. Out of all the bands that emerged from that post-dictatorial rule government, Soda Stereo were by far the most popular and enduring.

With their first album, 1984's self-titled Soda Stereo, they reached national success with ironic lyrics and a mix of pop, reggae, ska, and new wave. The following album, Nada Personal, strengthened the popularity of the band with songs like "Nada Personal" and "Cuando Pase el Temblor," which helped open the doors of the Latin American musical market. Such success was amplified in 1986 when they released Signos, one of the best albums of their career. National press outlets began to take them seriously, and Soda Stereo embarked on an extensive tour through Latin America that resulted in the live album Ruido Blanco. In 1988, the band traveled to New York to record their fifth album, Doble Vida, which was produced by David Bowie's guitarist Carlos Alomar. The trio used horn arrangements to inject the album with elements of soul music. The record was followed by the EP Languis, a minor work that did well commercially.

The year 1990 represented a successful upgrade in Soda Stereo's career. With its emphasis on raw guitars, Cancion Animal signified a change in the band's sound and helped their popularity reach its peak. An important part of that change was due to the inclusion of Daniel Melero, an Argentine techno/pop pioneer who renewed the band's sound and attitude. He was dubbed "Soda's fourth" during those times. By the end of 1991, the band had played to 250,000 people in Buenos Aires' streets and edited the EP Rex Mix, which contained some songs extracted from live shows and a new studio track. In the beginning of 1992, Gustavo Cerati and Daniel Melero released the delicate duo album Colores Santos, which combined some experimentation with synth pop songs. The overly experimental Dynamo also arrived in 1992 and proved to be Soda Stereo's most controversial work, as well as the lowest seller of their career. After that the band started an impasse with some solo projects, such as Cerati's Amor Amarillo. Dissolution rumors began to make the rounds, but the band soldiered onward for several more years.

In 1995 they were on the road again, releasing their calmest and most relaxed work, Sueño Stereo, followed by an MTV unplugged album entitled Comfort y Música Para Volar. The acoustic-oriented release juxtaposed classic songs performed live (with some electric instrumentation) with several outtakes from the last studio album. However, personal problems between the members had increased with 15 years of coexistence, and the band embarked on its farewell tour in 1997. One decade later, Soda Stereo reunited for a string of highly successful shows, two of which were documented on the live albums Gira: Me Veras Volver 1 and Gira: Me Veras Volver 2. ~ Iván Adaime, Rovi
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Ola lulu Como estas ?
Que
No tenian madre. Ahuevo
Shagi0235-45
Esa banda me recuerda lo mejor de mi vida rokera
Love this band Im a 11 year old and ive Been heading them since like i was 3 or younger
Lo mejor rock de los 80s
I'm a 80's girl.....lov e it wish I could go back in time...and live it all over again....
How forgot. Those. Days. Lo maximo del rock pop
Soda 4ever
Soda stereo heroes del silecio vilma palma la union, virus , la ley dunca dhu recuerdos para siempre
El rock nunca muere K Viva el Rock
Rock como éste ya no se ve (oye) mucho...
Valiendno reata
Awisome. ...rok 4 ever
Que corridos ni que nada, rock en espanol por siempre
cdgalan
Cerati por siempre. Se te extraña!
tennis_dance _ 1 3
Partículas de amor
Hola
Por siempre soda stereo
Muy buena música <3
Sodatereo Caifanes Hombres G GIT Maldita Vecindad y otras bandas legendaria de los 80 Marcron el regreso del rock que en los 0 en lo 60 se quo dormdo. Viva el Rock en tu idioma
Viva el rock n español..sod a # 1
Amo el rock en español!!!.. . .
Lo máximo en Rock Español.. Cerati eres lo Máximo!
Soda stereo ....me encanta !!
morlagu
Yo te prefiero casi intocable..t e veré través de mi persiana americana..q u i e n no lo hizo alguna vez;)
ERES GRANDE CERATI...
erikanicholl s 6 1 9
Great
Despierta ceratti.
Te vere volar por la ciudad de la furia,
martelz9
Nice!
:)
Muy buena banda!
Love soda stereo....!! !
¡Grande Soda!
twoleschok
Unidos en Oración y Acción por Gustavo Cerati.
Solo estas viajando en la niebla en la ciudad de la furia eres parte de todos ves temor en nuestros rostros porq no keremoa perderte. te veremos volver te esperamos Gustavo <3
para disfrutar de buena musica ni mas ni menos soda stereo
Nada mas queda....! Soda stereo ... <3
Los Soda estan en mi top 5 bamdas de todos los tiempos son grandiosos me faltan las palabras para elogiarlos como se merecen.
no hay nada mejor que soda esterio cuando tengo un largo dia!
No me hablo mucho espanol!
Soda Stereo son los mejor artista de la musica
Si les gusta Soda, checken esta banda de Los Angeles, CA. www.facebook . c o m / r o c k i m e r a

Saludos. A Gaby
Soda stereo....me . . . e n c a n t a . . . . .
fuegovo1
Sin duda una de las mejores bandas de los 80's mis respetos...s o y mexicano pero en buena onda Soda es y ah sido una de mis favoritas por siempre...gr a c i a s totales!!!
belumu
El Amauta en Peru!! Gracias SS por dar nos esto a mi generacion
My music I love you
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