10 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On 1990's Canción Animal, Argentine college rockers Soda Stereo hit upon something truly magical with a jangly, emotive sound that would spread like wildfire through Latin America's indie rock scene. Tracks like the electric guitar-heavy "Un Millón de Años Luz," the instant-classic guitar-pop anthem "De Música Ligera," and the beautifully layered "1990 (Mil Nueve Noventa)," with its shuffling beat and infectious piano solo, defined the band's sound for a generation of fans.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On 1990's Canción Animal, Argentine college rockers Soda Stereo hit upon something truly magical with a jangly, emotive sound that would spread like wildfire through Latin America's indie rock scene. Tracks like the electric guitar-heavy "Un Millón de Años Luz," the instant-classic guitar-pop anthem "De Música Ligera," and the beautifully layered "1990 (Mil Nueve Noventa)," with its shuffling beat and infectious piano solo, defined the band's sound for a generation of fans.

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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

ModernRocker ,

A Latin Rock Masterpiece!

This album defines the golden age of, “rock en español!” Do yourselves a favor, buy the entire album and you will not be disappointed. Godspeed CERATI and thank you for sharing your heart and soul to the masses on this earth.

medonoso ,

Lo mejor de lo mejor

Simplemente el mejor disco de estudio del rock en espanol. Todas las canciones son clasicos.

ducatiluca ,

Masterpiece

This album makes all the other “rock en español” albums from contemporary “competitors” sound like mariachis on electric guitars! It’s up there in songwriting and performance and concept with it’s peers from the UK and US. Wondeful

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