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Gustavo Cerati

  • Aug 11, 1959 - Sep 04, 2014 (age 55)
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2015
Infinito
AlbumAug 21, 2015

Infinito

Infinito released.
2014
Gustavo Cerati
PersonalSeptember 2014

Gustavo Cerati

Gustavo Cerati passed away.
2011
Nomination2011

Album of the Year

Nominated for "Sale el Sol".
Latin Grammy Award
2010
Best Rock Album
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Award2010

Best Rock Album

Won award for "Fuerza natural".
Latin Grammy Award
Award2010

Best Rock Song

Won award for "Deja Vu".
Latin Grammy Award
Best Rock Album
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Nomination2010

Best Rock Album

Nominated for "Fuerza natural".
Latin Grammy Award
Nomination2010

Best Rock Song

Nominated for "Deja Vu".
Latin Grammy Award
2009
SongSep 1, 2009

Rapto
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SongSep 1, 2009

Cactus
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SongSep 1, 2009

Déjà vu
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Fuerza natural
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AlbumSep 1, 2009

Fuerza natural

Fuerza natural (Spanish for Force of Nature, or more literally, …
Fuerza natural (Spanish for Force of Nature, or more literally, Natural Force) is the fifth and final album by Gustavo Cerati, released on 1 September 2009. The album features a folk sound with acoustic guitars and presence of mandolins. The first cut of the album was Déjà vu. This album was certificated gold in Argentina for 40,000 copies sold on its first week of release and 500.000 worldwide. The album won a Latin Grammy in 2010 for Best Rock Album.
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2007
Award2007

Best Rock Song

Won award for "La Excepción".
Latin Grammy Award
Nomination2007

Best Rock Song

Nominated for "La Excepción".
Latin Grammy Award
Nomination2007

Record of the Year

Nominated for "La Excepción".
Latin Grammy Award
2006
Ahí vamos
AlbumApr 4, 2006

Ahí vamos

Ahí Vamos (Spanish for There We Go) is a 2006 studio album …
Ahí Vamos (Spanish for There We Go) is a 2006 studio album by Argentine rock musician Gustavo Cerati. The album was met with both positive reviews by critics and popularity, especially in Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Mexico. The first single released from the album was "Crimen", which received airplay starting in April 2006 and gained huge popularity in Latin America and Spain. The second single, released in September was "La Excepción". The album was certified Platinum in Argentina with only pre-ordered sales, and attained Gold status in Mexico.
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Award2006

Best Rock Song

Won award for "Crimen".
Latin Grammy Award
Album of the Year
Nomination2006

Album of the Year

Nominated for "Ahí vamos".
Latin Grammy Award
Nomination2006

Best Rock Song

Nominated for "Crimen".
Latin Grammy Award
Best Rock Solo Vocal Album
Award2006

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album

Won award for "Ahí vamos".
Latin Grammy Award
Best Rock Solo Vocal Album
Nomination2006

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album

Nominated for "Ahí vamos".
Latin Grammy Award
2004
Gustavo Cerati: Canciones Elegidas 93-04
MovieOct 13, 2004

Gustavo Cerati: Canciones Elegidas 93-04

Gustavo Cerati: Canciones Elegidas 93-04 released.
Canciones Elegidas 93-04
AlbumOct 13, 2004

Canciones Elegidas 93-04

Canciones Elegidas 93-04 is …
Canciones Elegidas 93-04 is a 2004 compilation album by Argentine singer-songwriter Gustavo Cerati.
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Reversiones/Siempre Es Hoy
AlbumJan 13, 2004

Reversiones/Siempre Es Hoy

Reversiones/Siempre Es Hoy released.
2003
Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album
Nomination2003

Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Alb…

Nominated for "Siempre es hoy".
Grammy Award
Best Rock Solo Vocal Album
Nomination2003

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album

Nominated for "Siempre es hoy".
Latin Grammy Award
2002
Siempre es hoy
AlbumNov 26, 2002

Siempre es hoy

Siempre Es Hoy (Spanish for It is always today) is the third …
Siempre Es Hoy (Spanish for It is always today) is the third album by Argentine rock musician Gustavo Cerati. The album was advertised as "Cerati's Rock Album", however, it has a more of an electronic style than rock. Music critics were pleased with Siempre Es Hoy, giving it ratings ranging from 4 to 5 stars.
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SongNov 26, 2002

Cosas Imposibles
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Best Instrumental Album
Nomination2002

Best Instrumental Album

Nominated for "+ bien".
Latin Grammy Award
2001
Más bien
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MovieNov 15, 2001

Más bien

Three friends decide to take different roads into the …
Three friends decide to take different roads into the Argentine countryside in order to escape their daily lives as medical doctors.
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11 Episodios Sinfónicos
AlbumJan 15, 2001

11 Episodios Sinfónicos

11 Episodios Sinfónicos (11 …
11 Episodios Sinfónicos (11 Symphonic Episodes) is a live album recorded by Gustavo Cerati at the Teatro Avenida of Buenos Aires on August 2001. Following the footsteps of other important artists, Cerati rearranged eleven tracks from his former band Soda Stereo as well as singles from his solo albums into symphonic melodies. The concert consisted of him singing while the orchestra played along while being directed by Alejandro Terán. A DVD was also released which featured four additional songs not included in the CD, as well as behind-the-scenes extras and a documentary.
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2000
Best Rock Song
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Nomination2000

Best Rock Song

Nominated for "Puente".
Latin Grammy Award
MTV Latin America
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Nomination2000

MTV Latin America

Nominated for "Paseo Inmoral".
International Viewer's Choice Award
1999
SongJun 28, 1999

Paseo Inmoral
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Bocanada
AlbumJun 28, 1999

Bocanada

Bocanada (Puff) is the second solo album by Argentine rock …
Bocanada (Puff) is the second solo album by Argentine rock musician Gustavo Cerati, released by BMG International on 28 June 1999. The album, an eclectic mix of neo-psychedelia and trip hop with a variety of styles, is considered by critics and fans as a highlight in Cerati's career and one of his best albums. His first album release after the breakup of Soda Stereo, Cerati had, during this time, been working with Plan V and Ocio, two bands oriented towards electronic music. Raíz was the album's first cut played in radio stations, Puente being the first music video to be released; "Bocanada" had the most music videos produced of any Cerati album to date.
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SongJun 28, 1999

Puente
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1993
SongNov 1, 1993

Te Llevo Para Que Me Lleves
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Amor Amarillo
AlbumNov 1, 1993

Amor Amarillo

Amor Amarillo (Spanish for Yellow Love) is the first solo album …
Amor Amarillo (Spanish for Yellow Love) is the first solo album by Argentine rock musician Gustavo Cerati, as a side-project, while he was still active in Soda Stereo, his ex-band.
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1992
Colores Santos
AlbumMar 25, 1992

Colores Santos

Colores Santos (Spanish for "Holy Colors") is an album …
Colores Santos (Spanish for "Holy Colors") is an album released by Argentine musicians Gustavo Cerati and Daniel Melero under the name Cerati/Melero in 1992. The album was recorded and released previous to Soda Stereo's album Dynamo (also influenced by Melero's state-of-the-art musical exploration), at the peak of the band's popularity. The album has a strong electronic influence which would inform Dynamo and help kickstart the electronic rock scene in Argentina. Allmusic critic Iván Adaime wrote that "Somehow this album was like a UFO in the Argentine early-'90s rock scene".
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Cecilia Amenábar
Marriage1992

Cecilia Amenábar

María Cecilia Amenábar Granella (1971) is a Chilean actress, …
María Cecilia Amenábar Granella (1971) is a Chilean actress, model and artist.
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1989
MTV Unplugged
TV ShowNov 26, 1989

MTV Unplugged

MTV Unplugged is an American television series on MTV …
MTV Unplugged is an American television series on MTV showcasing musical artists usually playing acoustic instruments. The show aired regularly from 1989 to 1999. The show aired less frequently from 2000 to 2009, usually billed as MTV Unplugged No. 2.0. Since 2009 MTV Unplugged specials have aired occasionally, sometimes online-only. Episodes and specials have tended to showcase one artist or group, playing a combination of their hit songs and covers.
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1987
Belén Edwards
Marriage1987

Belén Edwards

Married Belén Edwards.
1959
Gustavo Cerati
BirthAugust 1959

Gustavo Cerati

Gustavo Cerati was born.
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