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Biography (Gustavo Cerati)

Gustavo Adrián Cerati Clark, (Buenos Aires - Argentina: August 11th, 1959 --- September 4th, 2014: Buenos Aires - Argentina) better known as Gustavo Cerati was an Argentinean guitarist, producer, occasional bass player, dj, lyricist, and vocalist. During the 1980's and until the mid-1990's he was the visible leader of Soda Stereo, -arguably one of Latin America's most important rock bands.

Cerati was in a coma for over four years, after suffering a stroke on May 15, 2010, right at the end of a show in Caracas - Venezuela, on the final leg of his Fuerza Natural tour. The situation -which ocurred backstage at the dressing room- was quickly reported by news agencies and via tweets. After a period of intensive care hospitalization in Caracas, he was flown on a private ambulance-jet to Buenos Aires where he spent the next 4 years in an induced coma. He passed away in a local hospital due to respiratory failure. The news on September 4th, 2014 shook the rock community worldwide.

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