"Bocanada" (Puff) is the heavily electronic second solo album by
Argentinesinger/songwriter Gustavo Cerati. This is Cerati's first album release after the breakup of Soda Stereo, although he had been working with Plan V and Ocio, two bands oriented towards electronica. "Raíz" was the album's first cut played in radio stations, and "Puente" was the first music videoto be released. "Bocanada" is Cerati's album with the most music videos produced to date.
Infobox Album |
Name = Bocanada
July 21, 1999
Rock en Español
Length = 69:19
AllmusicRating|4.5|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:79djyl52xp9b link]
Last album = "
This album = "Bocanada"
Next album = "
Siempre es Hoy"
All tracks written by Gustavo Cerati, except where noted.
#"Engaña" (It Deceives)
#"Bocanada" (Cerati - Chaijale) (Mouthfull)
#"Río Babel" (Babel River)
#"Perdonar Es Divino" (Cerati - Etcheto) (Forgiving Is Divine)
#"Verbo Carne" (Flesh Verb)
#*"Featuring The London Session Orchestra directed by Gavin Wright".
#"Y Si el Humo Está en Foco..." (And If The Smoke Is In Focus...)
#"Paseo Inmoral" (Cerati - Bochatón) (Inmoral Walk)
#"Aquí & Ahora (Los Primeros Tres Minutos)" (Here & Now [The First Three Minutes] )
#"Aquí & Ahora (Y Después)" (Here and Now [And Then] )
#"Alma" (Cerati - Etcheto) (Soul)
This is the album which has the most videos released in
Gustavo Cerati's soloist career at this moment.
* Puente [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UopeEtBloCM] .
* Paseo Inmoral [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqatOqwqBb4] .
* Tabú [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYTGlC2-VmU] .
* Engaña [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8Jn3yVO9Ys] .
* Río Babel [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8w5AEJDLmic] .
Produced By Gustavo Cerati. Recorded at CasaSubmarina,
Buenos Aires. The Symphonic Orchestra was recorded at Abbey Road, London.
* Flavius Etcheto: Sampler in all tracks minus "Raiz" and "Verbo Carne".
* Leo García: Sampler, Backing Vocals in "Engaña", "Puente" and "Aqui y Ahora".
* Martín Carrizo: drums.
* Fernando Nalé: Bass in 4, 6, 11.
Double Bassin 3, 5. Fretless Bassin 13.
* Tweety González: Organ in "Beautiful".
* Alejandro Terán:
Arrangerin "Verbo Carne".
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