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Dynamo [Import]

Soda Stereo Audio CD

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1. Secuencia Inicial
2. Toma La Ruta
3. En Remolinos
4. Primavera O
5. Camaleon
6. Luna Roja
7. Sweet Sahumerio
8. Ameba
9. Nuestra Fe
10. Claroscuro
11. Fue
12. Texturas

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Amazon.com: 4.8 out of 5 stars  38 reviews
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars way ahead of its time 8 Jun 2004
By polo - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
yeah I can remember, south america wasnt ready for this record back in 1992, we were receiving the first smashing guitars from nirvana and pearl jam, and everybody thought "the louder the better" but not realizing what was it all about. Suddenly I heard "dynamo" and I have to admit that I wasnt ready either, it took me a couple of years til I heard it again, and I just knew it: gustavo and cia were at least 10 years ahead of everybody else!!. It sounds fresh, rumbling, punching (primavera 0), driving (secuencia inicial), organic at moments (claroscuro), filled with electronic gizmos and tricks, drumming loops, this is a very rewarding experience. Soda should have break up after this album came out, it was impossible to top this.
Highly recommended.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Soda Masterpiece 2 Jun 2007
By Azabaxe - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I was introduced to SS by MTV, of all things. I remember loving the romanticism of Doble Vida, particularly "La Ciudad de la Furia", and later on Canción Animal's more streamlined, rock sound. "Me Sueles Dejarme Solo", with its Rush inspired chord progression (Working Man, anyone?) told me that these guys could rock. But nothing prepared me for the sonic burst of Dynamo. To say that I was floored is an understatement.

This is Soda's best album because it shows a band at the cusp of its abilities. The songwriting was excellent and the execution was flawless. They took their experimentation to a comfortable plateau and it served the songs, not the other way around. And they rocked.

There's nothing derivative here. Even the percussive guitar playing of the first songs, which recall The Edge's signature sound, or the lyrical bass lines of Primavera O which also suggest U2's influence, don't say anything other than this is a Soda record.

This is not for everybody, but if you're into sophisticated rock music (and this may require multiple hearings) get this album. Even if you don't understand the lyrics.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars capas y capas de sonido...(z bosio) 24 Jan 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Este es un disco en que se deja apreciar toda la esencia de soda, con musica intensa, bien terminada, una mezcla un poco sicodelica entre el rock y una pizca de tecno; un estilo de musica que yo buscaba hace rato. (Signos, el tercer album de soda, es genial)
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A masterpiece 30 Dec 2006
By Guanacan - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
"Dynamo" is one of the most underrated Spanish rock albums of all time. Gustavo Cerati took a more electonic approach to this LP, departing from the more traditional rock of "Cancion Animal".

"Dynamo" was produced far from Grunge madness, so the overall sound has more British influences. I've never heard a song like "Secuencia inicial", one would never guess when that song was produced. "Toma la ruta" also follows that example. "En remolinos" is a superbly excellent song. "Primavera 0" is fast and crazy, but not Grungy. Other great songs include "Luna roja", "Fue", and "Claroscuro".
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best latin Rock and Roll disc Ever 13 Jun 2005
By Mike Suso - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Simply beautiful, you can listen to it in replay CD for hours... As the cd cover shows it's as loopable as you heart beating. ;) Way ahead for his time, Soda Stereo showed why they still are one of the best Rock and Roll bands in the world. If you liked U2's POP upbeating style, this is for you. Thanks God for the spinning. Gira el mundo. Gira Dios.
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