Ariel Rot

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Rot playing live.

Ariel Rot (born Ariel Rotenberg Gutkin; 19 April 1960, Buenos Aires) is an Argentine musician.

Rot moved to Spain when he was young and became a member of the group Tequila. Later, he began his solo musical career, after which he became a member of the group Los Rodríguez (1990–96). More recently, he has returned to solo performing. His sister, Cecilia Roth, is a famous actor. In April 2007, Ariel recorded "Duos, trios y perversiones", an album which included his most popular songs and featured artists such as Enrique Bunbury from Heroes del Silencio, Andrés Calamaro, and Quique Gonzalez.[citation needed]

Discography[edit]

with Tequila[edit]

  • Matrícula de Honor (1978)
  • Rock and Roll (1979)
  • Viva Tequila (1980)
  • Confidencial (1981)

with Los Rodríguez[edit]

  • Buena Suerte (1991)
  • Disco Pirata (1992)
  • Sin Documentos (1993)
  • Palabras más, palabras menos (1995)
  • Hasta luego (1996)
  • Para no olvidar (2002)

Solo[edit]

  • Debajo del puente (1983)
  • Vértigo (1985)
  • Hablando solo (1997)
  • Cenizas en el aire (1999)
  • En vivo mucho mejor (2001)
  • Lo siento Frank (2003)
  • Acústico (2003)
  • Ahora piden tu cabeza (2005)
  • Duos, trios y otras perversiones (2007)
  • Solo Rot (2010)
  • La Huesuda (2013)
  • La Manada (2016)

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