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Soda Stereo - Nada Personal (Cassette, Album)


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  1. Zululkree says:
    Soda Stereo Nada Personal Vinyl Album LP Argentina (Mexico) VG+ (M-?) $ 0 bids. $ shipping. Ending Thursday at PM PDT 1d 1h. or Buy It Now. Watch. Soda Stereo - Cancion Animal [New Vinyl LP] Argentina - Import. 4 out of 5 stars.
  2. Zolom says:
    Songs: Nada personal (Nothing personal), Si no fuera por (If It Weren't For), Cuando pase el temblor (When The Quake Ends), Danza rota (Broken Dance), El cuerpo del delito (Corpus Delicti). Nada personal () is a Studio album by Soda Stereo.
  3. Vukasa says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Nada Personal on Discogs/5(31).
  4. Votaur says:
    Nada Personal relentlessly stabs the listener with its new wave beats like Jack the Ripper leading a bar band in an attempt to get a Friday night crowd off its feet. The rhythm guitar patterns -- not just jangly, but fibrillating -- also bring to mind one of those wind-up toy animal drummers. "Juego de Seducción" is the main change of gesture in the scenario, a Taxi Driver-style alto.
  5. Daik says:
    Aug 01,  · Nada Personal; Artist Gustavo; Album Gustavo Le Canta a Cerati; Soda Stereo - Nada Personal (DVD Festival De Viña ) - Duration: Chileenvivodvd 1,, views.
  6. Gukus says:
    Nada Personal (Spanish for "Nothing Personal") is the second album recorded by Argentine rock band Soda Stereo, and released in It was recorded at Record Plant Studios in Los Angeles, California and remastered in at Sterling Sound Studios in New York.
  7. Bram says:
    With their first album, 's self-titled Soda Stereo, they reached national success with ironic lyrics and a mix of pop, reggae, ska, and new wave. The following album, Nada Personal, strengthened the popularity of the band with songs like "Nada Personal" and "Cuando Pase el Temblor," which helped open the doors of the Latin American musical.
  8. Najora says:
    I first bought this album on cassette back in , during a Christmas/New Year trip to Bolivia. I had never heard of Soda Stereo before, but the cover caught my eye and my brother-in-law, from the town of Camiri, Bolivia, said he thought I'd like it. And I did/5(36).

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