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Os Paralamas Do Sucesso - Uns Dias album flac Performer: Os Paralamas Do Sucesso
Title: Uns Dias
Style: New Wave, Pop Rock, Ska, Reggae-Pop
Released: 1988
MP3 album: 1804 mb
FLAC album: 1799 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Genre: Rock / Reggae / Latin / Pop

Os Paralamas do Sucesso (also known simply as Paralamas) is a Brazilian rock band, formed in Seropédica, Rio de Janeiro, in the late 1970s. Its members since 1982 are Herbert Vianna (guitar and lead vocals), Bi Ribeiro (bass), and João Barone (drums). In its beginning, the band combined reggae and ska with rock, but later added horn arrangements and Latin rhythms.

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This song is by Os Paralamas do Sucesso and appears on the live album Acústico MTV (1999). O expresso do orienteRasga a noite, passa renteE leva tanta genteQue eu até perdi a conta. Eu nem te contei uma novidade, quenteEu nem te contei. Eu tive fora uns diasNuma onda diferenteE provei tantas frutasQue te deixariam tontaEu nem te faleiDa vertigem que se sente. Eu nem te faleiQue eu te procureiPra me confessarEu chorava de amor.

Os Paralamas Do Sucesso. Overview (current section). Three young guys who had in common their love for rock, reggae and ska - Herbert Vianna, Bi Ribeiro and João Barone - formed the group Paralamas at the beginning of the 80’s inspired by the sonority of groups as The Police, The Beat and The Specials, that used to recycle the rhythms created in Jamaica.

After having toured throughout Brazil (more than 150 shows), Paralamas made a stop and released the revolutionary Selvagem (1986), that gave new routes to the Brazilian Rock 80’s generation. They abandoned the first influences and started to mold a personal sonority recognized and approved by the youth that bought more than 750 thousand copies of the album. The hits O Beco, Uns Dias and Quase um Segundo extended the series of influences and added brass instruments to the sound of Paralamas. The following LP Big Bang (1989) would consolidate the new sonorous format in exciting songs as Perplexo and lyric ones as Lanterna dos Afogados, as well as a bossa-nova Nebulosa do Amor.

Paralamas do Sucesso were formed in 1982 by bassist Bi Ribeiro (Felipe Ribeiro, born in 1961, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), guitarist/vocalist Herbert Vianna (born in 1961, João Pessoa, PB), and drummer Vital Dias, who was replaced the next year by João Barone (born in 1962, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). The focus of the band was reggae and ska with a rock background. But Dias, probably believing he was not up for the competition, abandoned the setting and the band after two songs. In late November, the band opened at the Western bar in Rio. At that time they already had some originals, and included Renato Russo's (a friend from Brasília times) songs, like "Química. Selvagem, their next album, was released on July 30, 1986. The album, which had been distributed to stores 45 days before, had already sold 300,000 copies.

Tracklist

A Uns Dias 3:58
B Uns Dias 3:58

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Fonobrás, Distribuidora Fonográfica Brasileira Ltda.
  • Distributed By – Fonobrás, Distribuidora Fonográfica Brasileira Ltda.
  • Recorded At – Estúdios EMI-Odeon, Rio de Janeiro
  • Mixed At – The Town House

Credits

  • Design [Sleeve] – Ricardo Leite
  • Photography By – Maurício Valladares*
  • Producer – Carlos Savalla, Os Paralamas*
  • Written-By – Herbert Vianna

Notes

Same song on both sides, but the A side plays at 45 rpm and the B side at 33 rpm.