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Bocanada is nothing short of a dream-pop wonderland, laden with rock ’n’ roll riffage and careful string orchestration. On his second album without his bandmates from Soda Stereo, Gustavo Cerati deploys his seductive baritone and majestic guitar arpeggios to prove his unstoppable electro-rock mastery. “Engaña” enchants with its happy, little canned beat and sudden bursts of distortion, and “Paseo Inmoral” unleashes an arsenal of guitar pedals. His songwriting may often be cosmic, with lines about immortality and spiralling stars, but his lyrics about earthly love are universal too.

Biography

Born: 11 August 1959 in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Genre: Alternative and Latin Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Argentine rock legend Gustavo Cerati is a towering figure in popular Latin music. He was the frontman of Soda Stereo, the most influential rock en español band of the '80s and early '90s -- arguably of all time -- and he went on to mount a compelling solo career that only furthered his mystique. Chiefly a guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, and producer, though graced with additional musical abilities, Cerati likely will always be most revered for his work with Soda Stereo. The trio formed in the early...
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