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Name: Gustavo Cerati  
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Date of Birth: 11th August 1960
Place of Birth: Urquiza, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Profession: Composer
From Wikipedia, the free Encyclopedia

Gustavo Adrián Cerati Clark (born in Buenos Aires on August 11, 1960) is an Argentinian artist and songwriter. During the 1980s and 90s he was a member of the rock group Soda Stereo. In the early 90s he pursued a solo career.

Cerati has now four new albums since "Bocanada" in 1999. That albums are: -"+ Bien" (2001) Soundtracks of the movie "+ bien" directed by Eduardo Capilla. -"11 Episodios Sinfonicos" (2001) A live recording of a classic orchestra playing the Cerati´s most popular songs -"Siempre es hoy" (2002) The third non-instrumental album of the solo career of Cerati. A new perpesctive of his music and sound. -"Siempre es hoy / Reversiones" (2003) A compilation of remixes from the album "Siempre es hoy" performed by several artist of the electronic ambient around the world.

Cerati is also widely praised for his lead and rhythm guitar talents and also his techincality to play lead solos on guitar while singing perfectly in key.


  • Colores Santos (with Daniel Melero) (1992)
  • Amor Amarillo (1993)
  • Bocanada (1999)
  • +Bien (2001)
  • 11 Episodios Sinfónicos (Live with Symphonic Orchestra) (2001)
  • Siempre es Hoy (2002)
  • Siempre es Hoy: Reversiones (2003) (Double CD)
  • Canciones Elegidas 93-04 (2004) (European edition) (CD + DVD)
  • Canciones Elegidas 93-04 (2004) (American edition) (CD + DVD)

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