Argentine musicians who died due to Respiratory arrest

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Gustavo Cerati

Gustavo Cerati (August 11, 1959 Buenos Aires-September 4, 2014 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Cerati, Gustavo, Gustavo Adrián Cerati Clark or Cerati was an Argentine guitarist, musician, singer-songwriter, composer, record producer, singer and songwriter. He had two children, Lisa Cerati Amenábar and Benito Cerati Amenábar.

His albums: Amor Amarillo, Bocanada, Siempre Es Hoy, Canciones Elegidas 93-04, Ahí Vamos, Reversiones: Siempre es hoy, Plan V, +Bien, 11 Episodios Sinfónicos and Fuerza natural. Genres he performed: Pop music, New Wave, Rock music, Pop rock, Electronic rock, Electronic music, Post-punk, Alternative rock, Experimental rock, Art rock, Indie rock, Neo-psychedelia and Power pop.

Cerati rose to fame as the lead vocalist, guitarist, and primary songwriter of the highly influential rock band Soda Stereo. The band, formed in 1982, became one of the most successful and acclaimed Latin American bands of all time, with millions of albums sold worldwide. After Soda Stereo disbanded in 1997, Cerati embarked on a successful solo career, earning critical praise and winning numerous awards for his innovative and eclectic music. He collaborated with many respected artists, such as Shakira, Andy Summers, and Mercedes Sosa. Cerati was also a highly regarded producer, having worked with some of the most prominent Latin American musicians of the past several decades. Unfortunately, Cerati suffered a stroke in 2010, which left him in a coma until his death four years later. His legacy as a groundbreaking and influential musician has only grown since his passing, with many of his songs and albums continuing to be celebrated as classics of Latin American rock music.

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