Soda Stereo

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Soda Stereo was an Argentine rock band created in Buenos Aires in 1982, by the power trio made up of Gustavo Cerati (lead vocals, guitars), Héctor "Zeta" Bosio (bass), and Charly Alberti (drums). It achieved international success throughout the 1980s and 1990s, playing a pivotal role in the surfacing, development and dissemination of Latin and Ibero-American rock. They were the first Latin rock group to achieve success throughout Hispanic America.

Soda’s early sound was influenced by new wave bands such as Virus, The Police, Elvis Costello and post-punk bands such as Television (this influence particularly demonstrated in Soda's early works, e.g. Soda Stereo (1984), Nada Personal (1985), Signos (1986), and Doble Vida (1988)). The band gradually evolved into a heavier sounding alternative rock band, eventually drawing influences from classic rock, progressive rock, shoegaze, neo-psychedelia, britpop, and electronic music, particularly with the albums Canción Animal (1990), Dynamo (1992), and Sueño Stereo (1995).

Soda Stereo has topped the all-time lists in their native Argentina, becoming one of the best-selling Argentinian bands of all time and setting landmarks in record sales and concert attendances. Throughout their 15-year career, the band sold over 17 million albums in Latin America alone – this number has since continued to rise following the separation of the band.

After the band's separation, all three of its members found separate endeavours – Gustavo Cerati continued a successful solo career after the band's split, releasing four studio albums (most of which achieved Platinum and Gold status in Argentina; see his discography for more information), while Zeta Bosio worked for a time as bassist for several underground groups and is now touring as a DJ; Charly Alberti has also found moderate success, both with the foundation of his CybeRelations company, and his family band MOLE. In 2010, Gustavo Cerati suffered a massive stroke while on tour for his Fuerza natural album and fell into a coma, ultimately dying on September 4, 2014.

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Year Title RatingReleases
1984 Soda Stereo 5 2
1985 Nada personal 5 2
1986 Signos 5 3
1988 Doble vida 5 3
1990 Canción animal 5 1
1992 Dynamo 1
1995 Sueño Stereo 2
1999 2 en 1: Nada personal / Canción animal 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title RatingReleases
1992 La historia de Soda Stereo 1
1994 20 grandes éxitos 1
1996 Sobredosis de TV 1
1997 Chau Soda 1
1999 El legado de Soda Stereo, volumen 1 1
1999 El legado de Soda Stereo, volumen 2 1.5 1
2000 Serie 2000 1
2001 Crónica de colección 1
2001 Obras cumbres, parte 2 2
2004 El legado 1
2004 Leyendas solamente los mejores 1
2005 Originales - 20 éxitos 1
2007 Me verás volver · Hits & + 1
20 grandes éxitos 1
30 grandes 1

Album + Live

Year Title RatingReleases
1987 Ruido blanco 2
1996 Comfort y música para volar: MTV Unplugged 4
1997 El último concierto A 1
1997 El último concierto B 1
2004 Una parte de la euforia 1
2005 El último concierto 1
2007 2007-10-31: Santiago, Chile 1
2008 Gira me verás volver 2
2008 Me verás volver 21/12/07 (disco 3) 1
Viña 1987 1

Album + Remix

Year Title RatingReleases
1991 Rex Mix 1
1993 Zona de Promesas (Mixes 1984-1993) 1


Year Title RatingReleases
1990 Languis 1

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