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The 36 best Gustavo Cerati songs to get you through the day

September 6, 2014

The world lost a musical icon today with the death of Argentine singer, songwriter and unequaled rocker Gustavo Cerati. Cerati died at 55 after spending four years in a coma due to a brain aneurysm.

We, like so many others, are devastated by the loss, but thankfully Cerati’s legend lives on in the diverse music he and his colleagues created. To celebrate Cerati’s life, we made a playlist to get us through the day. We picked our 36 favorite songs from his solo career and during his time with Soda Stereo. If you haven’t listened to his music before, start right now.

R.I.P., Cerati.

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