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. All music composed by Gustavo Cerati, except where noted. Gustavo Cerati – Lead Vocals, Guitars. Zeta Bosio – Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals. Charly Alberti – Drums, Percussion. Additional personnel. Daniel Melero - Keyboards. Gonzalo Palacios - Sax. Federico Moura – Producer.
Is Rex Mix the best album by Soda Stereo? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Rex Mix by Soda Stereo (1991) Overall rank: 71,310th.
Rex Mix. "Please retry". Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Only 3 left in stock (more on the way).
This song helped to sell the EP, along with Lenny Pickett's arrangements. The rest is a reworked version of "Languis," and remixes of two strong songs, the obscure "En el Borde" and the hit "Lo Que Sangra (La Cúpula). Just for fans and collectors. 1 Mundo de Quimeras Soda Stereo 6:40. 2 Los Languis Soda Stereo 5:41. 3 En el Borde Soda Stereo 6:20.
Album by Soda Stereo. No Necesito Verte (Para Saberlo). Love's Gonna Get'cha (Material Love) by Boogie Down Productions (1990). was remixed in. No Necesito Verte (Para Saberlo) - Candombe Mix (1991). No Necesito Verte (Para Saberlo) - Krupa Mix (1991). En Camino (Veranek Mix). Good Times Bad Times by Led Zeppelin (1969). is a remix of. En Camino by Soda Stereo (1986). En Camino (Viva La Patria Mix). Funky Drummer by James Brown (1970).
El Estudio Supersonico. El Teatro Gran Rex, Bs. As. Studio Supersonico. Energetic Freewheeling Intense Passionate Playful Rousing.
Band Name Soda Stereo. 1. Mundo de Quimeras. 4. Lo Que Sangra (La Cúpula). Other productions from Soda Stereo.
Rex Mix. Remix album by Soda Stereo. Rex Mix is an EP remix recorded by Argentine rock band Soda Stereo. It was their second effort EP and was released by Sony Music in 1991. The EP contains remixes and new arrangements of previous songs, two songs recorded live at Gran Rex Theatre in Buenos Aires (Hombre al agua, and No Existes), and one new track: No necesito verte (para saberlo). Daniel Melero, then a frequent collaborator of the band, played an important role in this EP, doing remixes and bringing new concepts to the band.
|1.1||Mundo De Quimeras|
|1.2||Los Languis (Nueva Version 1989)|
|1.3||En El Borde (Version Remix)|
|1.4||Lo Que Sangra (La Cupula) (Version Remix)|
|2.1||Hombre Al Agua|
|2.3||En Camino - Viva La Patria Mix|
|2.4||No Necesito Verte (Para Saberlo)|
|2.5||No Necesito Verte (Para Saberlo) - Krupa Mix|
|2.6||En Camino - Veranek Mix|
|2.7||No Necesito Verte (Para Saberlo) - Candombe Mix|