Canción Animal

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Canción Animal
SodaStereo CancionAnimal.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 7, 1990
RecordedJun/Jul 1990 at Criteria Studios, Miami, FL
Genre
Length41:18
Label
ProducerGustavo Cerati and Zeta Bosio
Soda Stereo chronology
Languis
(1989)
Canción Animal
(1990)
Rex Mix
(1991)
U.S. cover version
Cancion Animal US.jpg
Singles from Canción Animal
  1. "De Música Ligera"
    Released: 1990
  2. "Un millón de años luz"
    Released: 1990
  3. "Canción animal"
    Released: 1990
  4. "Hombre al agua"
    Released: 1991
  5. "Té para 3"
    Released: 1991
  6. "Cae el sol"
    Released: 1991
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Canción Animal (Spanish for Animal Song) is the fifth album released by the Argentine rock band Soda Stereo, released in August 1990 (see 1990 in music). Many of the songs on the album are among the band's most popular, such as one of their biggest hits "De Música Ligera", the last song played in Soda Stereo's last concert in 1997, "Hombre al agua", "Un Millón de Años Luz", "Te para tres" and others, it is considered one of the best and most influential albums in the history of Latin American rock music. For many people, it's regarded as the best album to ever come out of South America.[2] In 2007, the Argentine edition of Rolling Stone ranked it 9 on its list of "The 100 Greatest Albums of National Rock".[3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Gustavo Cerati, except where noted[4].

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."(En) el Séptimo Día" 4:23
2."Un Millón de Años Luz" 5:03
3."Canción Animal"Cerati, Melero4:06
4."1990" 3:39
5."Sueles Dejarme Solo" 3:46
6."De Música Ligera"Cerati, Bosio3:32
7."Hombre al Agua"Cerati, Melero5:53
8."Entre Caníbales" 4:06
9."Té para 3" 2:26
10."Cae el Sol"Cerati, Melero4:24

Personnel[edit]

Soda Stereo
Additional personnel
  • Alfredo Lois – art direction
  • Mariano Lopez – engineer / mixing
  • Pedro Aznar – vocal arrangement
  • Daniel Melero - Keyboards and arrangements
  • Tweety González - Keyboards
  • Andrea Álvarez - Percussion
  • Peter Baleani – production coordination
  • Roger Hughes – assistant engineer
  • Vanessa Eckstem - assistant
  • Adrian Taverna - Band assistant
  • Caito Lorenzo & Alfredo Lois - Photography

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Un viaje por los 250 discos del rock Iberoamericano Revista AlBorde
  3. ^ "Los 100 mejores discos del rock nacional". Rolling Stone Argentina (in Spanish). Publirevistas S. A. April 2007.
  4. ^ list AllMusic