Best Brazilian Rock Bands of All TimesBrasil70
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The first Brazilian song I ever heard was from Matanza. I've been a fan ever since.
Mixing rock with samba, awesome!
A girl-band gone serious. Managed to cross the barrier from silliness to meaningfulness in just a couple of years. Almost broke up after the divorce of singer Paula Toller and bassist/composer Leoni. She later learned how to compose and, with the help of the two remaining members (saxophonist Nilo Romero and guitarist George Israel) produced a series of nice and quite intelligent records. She sings well and is very pretty, even in her 50s.
New band but perfect sound, love this band... One day it will be in the 1 place
One of the most complex punk bands of the eighties: they made use of vocal harmonies (all four of them sung) and were quite above the level of most Brazilian rockers in terms of musicianship. Some lyrics are weak, some are good. Lost some credibility because of a failed attempt to go folkish. Lost two members thereafter. Still active, but obscure.
Rockabilly-inspired band from Salvador, Bahia. Nationalist, angry and often offensive. Lots of foul words and devastating attacks on consumerism, overrating of sex and politics.
Le Prodicatorius (or simply LeProd) is a Brazilian band from Osasco-SP who is changing the hardcore and metal style in Brazil, don�'t be surprised if they appear in RockInRio next years
Mixed Brazilian music with heavy rock in their 1969 album.
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List StatsUpdated 25 May 2017
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