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( A Melhor Banda de Todos os Tempos da Última Semana Last Week's Best Band Ever) is the eleventh studio album released by Brazilian rock band Titãs. It was dedicated to Marcelo Fromer, the band's former guitarist, who died in 2001, just before the beginning of the recording sessions of the albums. It is also the last album to feature bassist/vocalist Nando Reis, who would later leave the band to continue his solo career. The track "O Mundo é Bão, Sebastião!" was dedicated to his son, Sebastião, who was 6 at the time of the recording. [2 ]
Track listing [ edit ]
"Vamos ao Trabalho"
(Let's Go to Work)
Paulo Miklos Paulo Miklos
A Melhor Banda de Todos os Tempos da Última Semana" (Last Week's Best Band Ever")
Sérgio Britto, Branco Mello Branco Mello
O Mundo é Bão, Sebastião!" (The World is Good, Sebastião! (Bão, is a hillbilly term for the word "good")) Nando Reis
Nando Reis 4:15
(Good Taste) Marcelo Fromer, Tony Bellotto and Sérgio Britto
"Um Morto de Férias"
(A Dead on Holiday) Marcelo Fromer, Tony Bellotto and Sérgio Britto
Epitáfio" (Epitaph) Sérgio Britto
"É Bom Desconfiar"
(It's Good to Distrust) Nando Reis
"Não Fuja da Dor"
(Don't Run Away from the Pain) Marcelo Fromer, Charles Gavin, Branco Mello and Tony Bellotto
"Daqui Pra Lá"
(From Here to There) Sergio Britto and Torquato Neto
(This) Tony Bellotto
"Eu Não Presto"
(I Suck) Branco Mello and Ciro Pessoa
(Dog World) Sérgio Britto
(Even Alone) Nando Reis
Sérgio Britto, Paulo Miklos and Charles Gavin
(Washed Soul) Marcelo Fromer, Charles Gavin, Branco Mello, Tony Bellotto and Sérgio Britto
"Cuidado Com Você"
(Be Careful With You) Marcelo Fromer, Paulo Miklos, Tony Bellotto and Arnaldo Antunes
Personnel [ edit ]
Branco Mello – Lead Vocals, backing vocals
Charles Gavin – drums, pandeiro, loops, percussion
Paulo Miklos – Lead vocals, backing vocals, harmonica and flute, acoustic guitar in "Bananas"
Nando Reis – Bass, lead vocals, backing vocals, acoustic guitar
Sérgio Britto – Lead vocals, backing vocals, keyboard, Hammond, clavinet, mellotron, piano, Fender Rhodes piano
Tony Bellotto – Acoustic guitar, guitar, twelve string guitar, wah-wah pedal,
Jack Endino – Guitar, bass
Armando Marçal – Percussion
Titãs and Paul Ralphes – Clapping in "A Melhor Banda de Todos os Tempos da Última Semana"
Emerson Villani – Guitar, acoustic guitar
Liminha – Guitar and bass in "Eu Não Presto"
Cecilia Spyer and Jurema Cândia – Vocals in "Mundo Cão"
Singles [ edit ]
A Melhor Banda de Todos os Tempos da Última Semana" (English: The Best Band of all time in the Last Week) was the fourteenth single by Titãs, and the first from the album, released in 2001.
Music video [ edit ]
The video for this song shows black & white images of the band in several situations. Branco Mello sings while having his hair cut, with Paulo Miklos sitting near him and holding a cigarette. Nando Reis is seen in a kind of food fair, and Charles Gavin visits a LP albums store.
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