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Ruido Blanco (Remastered)

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This live album was recorded in different countries of Latin America during the 1987 supporting tour for Signos, the album that made Soda Stereo regional superstars. Mainly composed by hits from that album, it also contains a couple of songs from the sophomore Nada Personal and a few from their first record, including "Sobredosis de TV" and "Vita Set" (a medley that includes "¿Por qué no puedo ser del Jet Set?" and "Vitaminas"). You won't get exactly the band's sound at that time because it contains some post recordings and some soul-flavored horn arrangements that weren't included in the live performances. This isn't a necessary Soda Stereo's record for neophytes, but it's a good, solid live album.
© Iván Adaime /TiVo

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1
Signos Remasterizado 2007
00:06:20

Soda Stereo, Performer - Soda Stereo, Producer - Gustavo Cerati, Composer - Gustavo Cerati, Lyricist - Alberto Ohanian, Art Director

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment (Argentina) S.A.

2
Juegos De Seducción Remasterizado 2007
00:04:14

Soda Stereo, Performer - Soda Stereo, Producer - Gustavo Cerati, Composer - Gustavo Cerati, Lyricist - Alberto Ohanian, Art Director

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment (Argentina) S.A.

3
Persiana Americana Remasterizado 2007
00:05:43

Soda Stereo, Performer - Soda Stereo, Producer - Gustavo Cerati, Composer - Gustavo Cerati, Lyricist - Alberto Ohanian, Art Director - Jorge Daffunchio, Lyricist

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment (Argentina) S.A.

4
Sobredosis De T.V. Remasterizado 2007
00:05:39

Soda Stereo, Performer - Soda Stereo, Producer - Gustavo Cerati, Composer - Gustavo Cerati, Lyricist - Alberto Ohanian, Art Director

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment (Argentina) S.A.

5
Estoy Azulado Remasterizado 2007
00:04:19

Soda Stereo, Performer - Soda Stereo, Producer - Gustavo Cerati, Composer - Alberto Ohanian, Art Director - Richaro Coleman, Composer - Richaro Coleman, Lyricist

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment (Argentina) S.A.

6
Final Caja Negra Remasterizado 2007
00:05:38

Soda Stereo, Performer - Soda Stereo, Producer - Gustavo Cerati, Composer - Gustavo Cerati, Lyricist - Alberto Ohanian, Art Director - Zeta Bosio, Composer - Carlos Alberto Ficicchia, Composer

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment (Argentina) S.A.

7
Cuando Pase El Temblor Remasterizado 2007
00:04:55

Soda Stereo, Performer - Soda Stereo, Producer - Gustavo Cerati, Composer - Gustavo Cerati, Lyricist - Alberto Ohanian, Art Director

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment (Argentina) S.A.

8
Vita-Set Remasterizado 2007
00:04:26

Soda Stereo, Performer - Soda Stereo, Producer - Gustavo Cerati, Lyricist - Gustavo Cerati, Composer - Zeta Bosio, Composer - Alberto Ohanian, Art Director - Carlos Alberto Ficicchia, Composer

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment (Argentina) S.A

9
Prófugos Remasterizado 2007
00:06:04

Soda Stereo, Performer - Soda Stereo, Producer - Gustavo Cerati, Composer - Gustavo Cerati, Lyricist - Alberto Ohanian, Art Director - Carlos Alberto Ficicchia, Composer

(P) 1987 Sony Music Entertainment (Argentina) S.A.

Album Description

This live album was recorded in different countries of Latin America during the 1987 supporting tour for Signos, the album that made Soda Stereo regional superstars. Mainly composed by hits from that album, it also contains a couple of songs from the sophomore Nada Personal and a few from their first record, including "Sobredosis de TV" and "Vita Set" (a medley that includes "¿Por qué no puedo ser del Jet Set?" and "Vitaminas"). You won't get exactly the band's sound at that time because it contains some post recordings and some soul-flavored horn arrangements that weren't included in the live performances. This isn't a necessary Soda Stereo's record for neophytes, but it's a good, solid live album.
© Iván Adaime /TiVo

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