Amor Amarillo

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Amor amarillo
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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
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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]

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


Produced by Gustavo Cerati and Zeta Bosio.


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