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Gira Me Verás Volver #2
Sueño Stereo is the seventh and final studio album recorded by Argentine rock band Soda Stereo. It was released by BMG Argentina in 1995. It is considered one of the most important alternative rock records in Spanish and one of the best, most successful and most important by the band and all Latin rock. Rolling Stone considered it the fourth-best of Latin rock history.
In just fifteen days of sales in Latin America, the album went platinum. The album was the centerpiece of the extensive Sueño Stereo tour that the band undertook in Venezuela, Colombia, Perú, Chile, Honduras, Panamá, Costa Rica, México and the United States, which began on September 8, 1995 in Buenos Aires, and ended on 24 April 1996 in Santiago de Chile.
The music video for "Ella usó mi cabeza como un revólver", directed by Stanley Gonczanski, was winner of the People's MTV 1996, the only MTV award to Latin music that existed at that time.
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, this is a very modern album that might have been accepted in anglophone music, and was quite visionary for those years. The album also maintained the drastic change of musical style previously experienced in their 1990 album, Canción Animal. This album may also be considered one of the most mature and evolutionary deeds of the band.
A highly experimental record, the album failed to reach its predecessor's popularity due to many factors, including lack of support from the band's label. It also alienated many fans, who had a hard time trying to cope with the unexpected shift in the band's musical style. Nonetheless, a few songs received a fair amount of radio airplay, including "Primavera 0" and "Luna Roja".
The release of Dynamo prompted a nationwide tour, including a six night residency at Arena Obras Sanitarias, then known as the "Temple of Rock" by the local press.
Canción Animal is the fifth album released by the Argentine rock band Soda Stereo, released in August 1990. Many of the songs on the album are among the band's most popular, such as one of their biggest hits "De Música Ligera", the last song played in Soda Stereo's last concert in 1997, "Hombre al agua", "Un Millón de Años Luz", "Te para tres" and others. It is considered one of the best and most influential albums in the history of Latin American rock music. For many people, it's regarded as the best album to ever come out of South America. In 2007, the Argentine edition of Rolling Stone ranked it 9 on its list of "The 100 Greatest Albums of National Rock".
Nada Personal (Remastered)
Soda Stereo (Remastered)
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.
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Comfort Y Musica Para Volar
MTV Unplugged: Comfort y Música Para Volar is a part-live, part-studio album recorded by Argentine rock band Soda Stereo. The first seven tracks were recorded live at MTV Studios in Miami, Florida, for the show MTV Unplugged. The remaining four tracks were Sueño Stereo outtakes recorded in studio. The album was released by BMG Argentina in 1996. It was also the first Latin band to depart from the use of only acoustic instruments, using for most of the televised set conventional "plugged" instruments. Proof of this paradox is the fading "Un" part of the word unplugged depicted in the album cover.
Rock Latino: Soda Stereo
Me Verás Volver (Hits & Más)
Obras Cumbres (Parte 2)
Originales - 20 Exitos
Comfort y Música Para Volar
Zona de Promesas (Mixes 1984 - 1993)
Zona de Promesas: mixes 1984-1993 is an album recorded by Argentine rock band Soda Stereo. Their tenth album was released by Sony Music Entertainment in 1993. The album is composed of a series of remixes recorded by Soda Stereo that range between 1984 and 1993 and Zona de promesas, a track left in the cutting room of the band's previous album, Dynamo. This was the last album released through the Sony label.
En el Séptimo Día (SEP7IMO DIA)
Languis is the first EP released by Argentine rock band Soda Stereo. It was their sixth record overall and was released in 1989. It featured one new song, "Mundo de Quimeras", recorded in a "Latin rock" style, reminiscent of Carlos Santana The album also contained remixes of three songs available on their preceding album.
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