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Sueo Stereo [743212913422]

  • 1. Ella Us Mi Cabeza Como un Revlver
    2. Disco Eterno
    3. Zoom
    4. Ojo de la Tormenta
    5. Efecto Doppler
    6. Paseando por Roma
    7. Pasos
    8. Angel Elctrico
    9. Crema de Estrellas
    10. Planta
    11. X-Playo
    12. Moir
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 29134

  • Credits
    ProducerGustavo Cerati; Zeta Bosio

    Soda Stereo: Gustavo Cerati (vocals, guitar, fretless bass, Fender Rhodes, samples, synthesizer, programming, percussion, sound effects); Zeta Bosio (bass, samples, synthesizer, programming, percussion); Charly Alberti (drums, percussion).
    Additional personnel: Janos Morel, Mauricio Alves (violin); Alejandro Teran (viola); Pablo Flumetti (cello); Flavio Etcheto (trumpet); Roy Malaga (Fender Rhodes).
    Engineers include: Clive Goddard, Laura Fonzo, Carlos Piris.
    Principally recorded at Supersonico, Argentina and Matrix, United Kingdom.
    Personnel: Gustavo Cerati (vocals, guitar, Fender Rhodes piano, synthesizer, fretless bass, percussion, programming, sampler); Mauricio Alves (violin); Alejandro Tern (viola); Pablo Flumetti (cello); Flavio Etcheto (trumpet); Zeta Bosio (synthesizer, percussion, programming); Charly Alberti (drums, percussion).
    Recording information: Matrix, England; Supersonico, Argentina.
    Unknown Contributor Role: Gustavo Cerati.
    After a decade of recording music on Sonydiscos, the now-seminal Soda defected back to BMG and made a record unlike anything else up to that point in its discography. Whereas the group's initial sound was bright-eyed, restless pop that looked outward to the new wave for inspiration, SUENO STEREO is the sound of a band with years of songwriting and touring success that made the group strong enough to look inward for its creativity. It easily stands out as Soda Stereo's most mellow, slow-tempo production. Gustavo Cerati's slow, earthy guitar-based approach to the production melds beautifully with ethereal expanses of melodic electronica, strings, and organs.
    "Ella Uso Mi Cabeza Como Un Revolver" is entrancing if a bit morose, with punchy chords, creeping arcs of cello and violin and a reverb-heavy Cerati singing vivid images of the emptiness of being used. "Disco Eterno" recalls the deliberate, slower riff-rock of Pink Floyd's DARK SIDE OF THE MOON. Lulling, simple bass lines and robotic, spacey programming melt together with angular acoustic guitar voicings and streaks of electric echo-guitar. "Zoom" brings in harmonica and uplifting, multiple layers of overdubbed slide guitar to present lyrical images of strange camera work. An outstanding piece of Argentine rock.

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