Amor Amarillo

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Amor amarillo
Studio album by Gustavo Cerati
Released November 1, 1993
Genre Alternative rock, dream pop, neo-psychedelia, experimental rock, psychedelic folk, psychedelic pop, electronic rock
Label RCA International
Producer Gustavo Cerati, Zeta Bosio
Gustavo Cerati chronology
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Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]

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.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Gustavo Cerati, except "Bajan" by Luis Alberto Spinetta and "Ahora Es Nunca" by Cerati - Amenábar.

  1. "Amor amarillo" (Yellow Love) - 5:39
  2. "Lisa" (Lisa) - 4:28
  3. "Te llevo para que me lleves" (I'm Taking You So That You'll Take Me) - 3:44
  4. "Pulsar" (Pulsar) - 4:57
  5. "Cabeza de Medusa" (Medusa's Head) - 5:13
  6. "Av. Alcorta" (Alcorta Avenue) - 4:46
  7. "Bajan" (They Lower) - 4:11
  8. "Rombos" (Rhombuses) - 4:24
  9. "Ahora es nunca" (Now is Never) - 4:44
  10. "A merced" (At the Mercy of) - 6:27
  11. "Torteval (hidden track)(only on the first and third edition)" (Torteval) - 6:05


Produced by Gustavo Cerati and Zeta Bosio.


  1. ^ Adaíme, Iván. Amor Amarillo at AllMusic
  2. ^ Amor Amarillo -