Siempre es hoy

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Siempre Es Hoy
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Studio album by Gustavo Cerati
Released November 26, 2002
Recorded April 2001-September 2002
Studio Estudios Del Cielito, Estudios Capitán, Estudios Santito and Estudios El Pie - Buenos Aires, Argentina
Genre Pop rock, electronic music, deep house, alternative rock, electropop
Label BMG
Producer Gustavo Cerati
Gustavo Cerati chronology
Bocanada
(1999)
Siempre Es Hoy
(2002)
Ahí vamos
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Siempre Es Hoy (Spanish for It is always today) is the third album by Argentine rock musician Gustavo Cerati.

The album was advertised as "Cerati's Rock Album", however, it has a more of an electronic style than rock. Music critics were pleased with Siempre es Hoy, giving it ratings ranging from 4 to 5 stars.

Some of the songs were remixed for the 2003 album, Reversiones: Siempre Es Hoy. These songs were remixed by several guest musicians including Leandro Fresco, Bostich from Nortec Collective, Miranda!, Kinky and DJ Orange, all to various electronic-music styles.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Gustavo Cerati, except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Cosas imposibles" (Impossible Things) Gustavo Cerati - Flavio Etcheto 5:05
2. "No te creo" (I Don't Believe You)   3:46
3. "Artefacto" (Artifact) Cerati - Etcheto 4:16
4. "Nací para esto" (I Was Born for This)   3:09
5. "Amo dejarte así" (I Love Leaving You Like This)   5:25
6. "Tu cicatriz en mí" (Your Scar Inside Me)   4:17
7. "Señales luminosas" (Bright Signals)   3:24
8. "Karaoke"   3:54
9. "Sulky"   4:29
10. "Casa" (House) Cerati - Etcheto 4:32
11. "Camuflaje" (Camouflage)   3:55
12. "Altar" Cerati - Etcheto - Camilo Castaldi - Lira 4:01
13. "Torre de marfil" (Ivory Tower)   4:38
14. "Fantasma" (Ghost)   3:19
15. "Vivo" (Alive)   4:20
16. "Sudestada"   4:31
17. "Especie" (Species)   3:42

Sales and certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
Argentina (CAPIF)[2] Gold 20,000*

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