Acida was the musical partnership of two of Argentina’s most talented artists in the field of Latin Pop. Singer-songwriter Alina Gandini began her quest to conquer the ears of the world back in 1999, with the help of her producer husband Tweety Gonzales (famous throughout Latin America as the keyboardist with superstar band Soda Stereo during the eighties and early nineties). The influence of Tweety on the music they initially made was so strong, that he was bound to become part of the performing act, and Acida was born. How would you describe their music? With influences as diverse as Tango, Jazz, Electronica, Film scores, Bossanova, and Rock music, their songs reach out to a wide demographic, being catchy and stimulating enough to get people onto the dancefloor, yet still maintaining the characteristic Argentinean melancholy that pulsates through the core of their lyrical and melodic brilliance. Acida:The Greatest Hits is a collection of their work which features some prominent stars of the Argentinean music world – all either close friends or relations, and all expressing a clear desire to collaborate with the couple on their album. Gustavo Cerati – arguably the most famous producer and songwriter in Latin America, sings and plays guitar and bass on various songs on the album. Alina’s father Gerardo Gandini, classical composer and Music Director of the Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra, plays piano on the song Yo Nunca Te Doy Paz. Dante Spinetta – the lead s...

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