Amor Amarillo

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Amor amarillo
Amor Amarillo.jpg
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
Amor amarillo
(1993)
Bocanada
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
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]

No. Title Writer(s) Note(s) Length
1. "Amor amarillo" (Yellow Love) Cerati   5:39
2. "Lisa" Cerati   4:28
3. "Te llevo (para que me lleves)" (I Take You (So You Can Take Me)) Cerati   3:44
4. "Pulsar" (Pulsate) Cerati   4:57
5. "Cabeza de medusa" (Jellyfish Head) Cerati   5:11
6. "Avenida alcorta" (Alcorta Avenue) Cerati   4:46
7. "Bajan" ([They] Fall) Luis Alberto Spinetta This track covers a song originally released as part of the album Artaud by Pescado Rabioso, written by Spinetta. 4:12
8. "Rombos" (Diamonds) Cerati   4:25
9. "Ahora es nunca" (Now is Never) Cerati - Amenábar   4:45
10. "A Merced" (At Mercy) Cerati   6:28
11. "Torteval" Cerati Released exclusively on the first and third issues of the album. 6:05
Total length: 54:40

Personnel[edit]

Produced by Gustavo Cerati and Zeta Bosio.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Adaíme, Iván. Amor Amarillo at AllMusic
  2. ^ "CERATI.COM - Amor Amarillo". Retrieved 7 October 2014.