Languis

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Languis
Languis.jpg
EP by
Released1989
GenrePop rock, new wave, alternative rock
Length24:45
LabelCBS
ProducerCarlos Alomar
Soda Stereo chronology
Doble Vida
(1988)
Languis
(1989)
Canción Animal
(1990)
Singles from Languis
  1. "Mundo de quimeras"
    Released: 1989
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic2.5/5 stars[1]

Languis is the first EP released by Argentine rock band Soda Stereo. It was their sixth record overall and was released in 1989, it featured one new song, "Mundo de Quimeras", recorded in a "Latin rock" style, reminiscent of Carlos Santana (it was the first and last time they tried such an approach to a song.) The album also contained remixes of three songs available on their preceding album.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Mundo de Quimeras (Chimeras World)"Cerati, Bosio, Ficicchia, González, Palacios6:52
2."Los Languis" (1989 New version)Cerati, Bosio, Ficicchia, Sais5:36
3."En el Borde" (Remix)Cerati, Bosio, Coleman6:20
4."Lo que Sangra (La Cúpula)" (Remix)Cerati6:09
Total length:24:57

Personnel[edit]

Soda Stereo
Additional personnel
  • Carlos Alomar – producer
  • Lenny Pickett – arranger

References[edit]