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Album Review

When Soda Stereo released this album they were the most important pop/rock Latin American band. The album confirmed it. Recorded and mixed in New York, the album was produced by David Bowie's guitarist Carlos Alomar. He gave them a sound that brought the album near but timidly to soul music. Alomar even rapped in "En el Borde." A horn section was included in many songs and that gave a flavor that the band never had before and would not in the future, except in the forthcoming EP Languis. Although the album contains some of the most beautiful songs from the band, such as "En la Ciudad de la Furia" and "Corazón Delator," the album lacks the consistency of the previous studio album Signos. ~ Iván Adaime, Rovi


Formed: 1982 in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Genre: Alternative and Latin Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Soda Stereo were one of the most important Argentine pop/rock bands of the '80s and early '90s. Created as a trio in 1982, 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 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...
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