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Adios Sui Generis
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Sui Generis is the tenth album by Mexican pop singer Yuri. It was released on September 24, 1989. It sold more than 350,000 copies earning Gold and Platinum discs. Executive producer: Miguel Blasco. Director: Loris Cerrone and Gian Pietro Felisatti. Musical arrangements: Gian Pietro Felisatti, Santa-Noé and Loris Ceroni. Sound engineer: Santa-Noé and Loris Cerrone. Voice and mix engineer: John Pace and Gary Wagner. Recording Studio: Estudios Panda Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Album · 1974 · 6 Songs. Remarkable - EP. 2007. Adios Sui Generis, Vol. 2. 2003. Pequenas Anécdotas Sobre las Instituciones.

Listen to music from Sui Generis like Canción para mi Muerte, Rasguña Las Piedras & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Sui Generis. Argentinean folk-rock band Sui Generis was formed in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1971 by singer, guitarist, and keyboardist Charly García and st Nito Mestre, who met while being high school students. Their first record, called Vida, was released in 1972, followed by 1973's Confesiones de Invierno.

Label favourite Sui Generis Music makes his return with ‘Get Busted’, the next track on the ‘5 Years of Sounds of Sumo’ LP. The mysterious producer made his So. .debut with the ‘You Got Me EP’ back in November having previously appeared on Skream and Pete Tong’s acclaimed Defected Miami compilation. Grab Sui’s contribution along with the rest of the album on 29/3/15. Sui Generis Music updated their cover photo.

Sui Generis was formed in 1969 from the merger of two bands: To Walk Spanish, originally led by Carlos Alberto "Charly" García Moreno and The Century Indignation, originally led by Carlos Alberto "Nito" Mestre. The newly formed band's members were Charly (piano), Nito (flute), Alberto Rodríguez (drums), Alejandro Correa (bass guitar) (later replaced by Rolando Fortich), Juan Carlos Bellia (guitar) and Carlos Piégari (guitar and vocals).

Adios Sui Generis, Vol. 3 (En Vivo), 2003. Cuando Ya Me Empiece a Quedar Solo, 05:35. Fabricante de Mentiras, 05:50.

Sui Generis is one of the most influential rock bands in Argentine history, enjoying enormous success and popularity during the first half of the 1970s and a following that lasts to the present throughout South America. Sui Generis disbanded on September 5, 1975 and, despite concerts that took place in 1980 and 2001, a permanent re-formation has been ruled out. Sui Generis. From left to right: Charly García, Juan Rodríguez, Nito Mestre and Rinaldo Rafanelli. Background information.