Meu Erro - Os Paralamas Do Sucesso - Arquivo
Label: EMI - 364 795667 2 • Format: CD Album Jewelcase • Country: Brazil • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: New Wave, Pop Rock
In its beginning, the band combined reggae and ska with rock, but later added horn arrangements Five O Clock Plane - Nelson - Because They Can Latin rhythms. Herbert Vianna and Felipe "Bi" Ribeiro were childhood friends and neighbors in that city.
Herbert's father was in the military, while Bi's was a diplomat. InHerbert went to Rio to attend military school, and met Bi once again. They decided Pictures Of You - The Cure - Galore The Singles 1987-1997 form a band, Herbert with his Gibson guitar and Bi, which had no musical training whatsoever, with a bass guitar bought during a trip to England.
The drummer Vital Dias would later join them. They parted ways inaround the time all of them were busy studying for their vestibular tests, but resumed their musical activity in The name "Paralamas do Sucesso" meaning "Mudflaps of Success" was coined by Bi, and adopted because all three of them thought Meu Erro - Os Paralamas Do Sucesso - Arquivo was really funny.
In the beginning, Herbert was only the guitar player, and the group had two lead singers, Ronel e Naldo, both of whom departed in The song received substantial airplay in the summer ofand the Paralamas made their first major appearance opening for Lulu Santosanother popular singer of their generation, in the Circo Voador. It was around that time when they signed a deal with EMI Brasil to record their first album Cinema Mudo later defined by Herbert as "manipulated by the record company people"which achieved moderate success.
Inthey released their second album, O Passo do Lui. After a Meu Erro - Os Paralamas Do Sucesso - Arquivo tour, they released Selvagem? The album opposed the "manipulation" of the band's first release from its cover featuring Bi's younger brother in the middle of the woods wearing only a shirt around his waist and incorporated a bold mixture of reggae, rock and African rhythms.
This led the Paralamas to play in the Montreux Jazz Festival the following year. Inthe band released their first live album, Drecorded from their performance in Montreux. Their fourth studio album, Bora-Borawas released in It introduced the usage of piano, horns and sampling by the band.
The album has both social-political focused songs such as "O Beco" and more introspective tracks, such as "Quase Um Segundo" thought to be about the end of Vianna's relationship with Paula Tollerthe lead Meu Erro - Os Paralamas Do Sucesso - Arquivo of Kid Abelha. Bora-Bora Oh!
Susanna - Bing Crosby - Bing Sings a Camp Song Sing-A-Long the first of several attempts by the band to self-produce their recordings. The band would dedicate the first half of the s to experimentation. Its failure, however, can also be attributed to the deep economic crisis Brazil went through during the Fernando Collor administration. After a small break, in which Vianna released his first solo album, the trio returned to live performances, which were sold out although the band was under heavy criticism from the press.
It was even more experimental than the band's last release, with overly elaborate arrangements, and was completely ignored by radio stations and the general public, selling only 55, copies—an all-time low for Paralamas. As they were being forgotten in their native Brazil, they were also gaining huge Meu Erro - Os Paralamas Do Sucesso - Arquivo in Argentina.
Intheir compilation Paralamaswhich was released in Hispanic American countries, and featured Spanish language versions of their hits, was a huge hit in neighboring countries.
They were in high demand for live performances, due to the great success of Dos Margaritastheir subsequent album released in Meu Erro - Os Paralamas Do Sucesso - Arquivo Hispanic market a Spanish version of Severino.
Despite low sales for the album, Severino' s tour was a huge success among the public. The return to easily understandable songs and the pop genre helped the band's comeback to commercial and critical acclaim.
This resulted in the best-selling album of their career, with almost a million copies sold. Around the same time, the band invested in overtly produced music videos, for which they won eleven MTV Video Music Brasil Awards between and Nove Luas soldcopies in one month, while Hey Na Na sold the equivalent in just one week.
Instead of playing their biggest hits, they opted instead for a repertoire dominated by lesser-known songs like, "Bora Bora", "Vai Valer", and "Trem da Juventude". The live album sold more thancopies, won the Latin Grammy Award for Best Brazilian Rock Album, and resulted in a sold-out world tour. The Unplugged tour was extended until the end ofwhen the trio released their second compilation, Arquivo II.
The album also included two major hit tracks by Ivete Sangalo. Afterwards, Paralamas announced a six-month vacation and a reformulation in the sound of the group after nearly two decades of collaboration. The plans pointed to a new rock album. On February 4,tragedy struck the Beat Happening - Black Candy. Lucy died instantly in the crash and left Herbert in a coma.
Herbert eventually woke up from his coma, but was left in a wheelchair and battled long-term difficulties with speaking and playing after the accident. After many years of therapy, Herbert has made significant strides in his recovery, despite the permanent damage done to his brain. Even during this difficult period, his musical talent was not incapacitated and, in Octoberhe began rehearsing with the band again in his home studio.
Inthey released Hoje and in they released Brasil Aforawhich was first available for digital download and only later released on CD. In Februaryit was announced that the band, together with singers Nando ReisPaula Toller and Pittywould take part of a tour promoted by the project Nivea Viva! The series of 7 shows will pay tribute to Brazilian rock.
In andAfro-Bahian rhythms began to influence the sound of some of the major Brazilian rock bands, most notably Os Paralamas do Sucesso. This created a break with the influence of English-oriented, North American rock groups that originally inspired Brazilian bands.
This new sound also followed in the tradition of the politically-influenced artists from the s and s, like Os MutantesGilberto GilCaetano Velosoand Raul Seixas. Movement toward a more Afro-Brazilian sound was also the result of the explosion of funk, hip-hop, and rap internationally.
Throughout its 30 years of existence, the band has continuously produced successful albums as well as controversial discs, like AlagadosSelvagem and Perplexowhich exposed the social and political realities of Brazil.
Inthe band celebrated 25 years together by re-releasing their most influential album, Selvagem? Herbert Vianna was listed in Brazil's Rolling Stone magazine as one of the most influential guitarists in the nation's musical history.
The band celebrated their 30 years together by going on tour in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Paralamas do Sucesso. Os Paralamas do Sucesso. Spin Alternative Record Guide. Vintage Books. Retrieved 26 August O Globo. Grupo Globo. Retrieved 3 March G1 in Portuguese. Rio Grande do Sul : Grupo Globo. Retrieved 25 February Clique Music. Archived from the original on Retrieved 14 February Rolling Stone Brasil. August Retrieved 18 May Folha Meu Erro - Os Paralamas Do Sucesso - Arquivo . Brasil : Editora 34, Terra Networks.
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