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"As the guitarist/vocalist of popular rock band Soda Stereo during the 1980s, Gustavo Cerati has continued to impress listeners as a soloist. His debut solo single, ""Amor Amarillo,"" was released in 1983 and remains a classic blend of acoustic instrumentation and electronic enhancement. His debut solo album Whiff, released in 1999, was marked by subtle, Abbey Road-like melodies. His second solo album, 11 Episodios Sinfonicos, released in 2001, featured his earlier hits reinterpreted by a 48-piece classical orchestra directed by Alexander Teran and was recorded during a concert at Theater Reconciled. Propelled by Cerati's guitar playing and singing, Soda Stereo reached the heights of Argentinean rock success. Their 1986 album Signos was celebrated for its rich mixture of rock, reggae, and ska, while their 1988 recording Doble Vida (Double Life) was produced by Carlos Alomar, whose past credits include work with David Bowie, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and Mick Jagger. The group disbanded in 1997."
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