CPM 22

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CPM 22
Origin São Paulo, Brazil
Genres Melodic hardcore, alternative rock
Years active 1995-present
Website Official Website
Members Badauí
Japinha
Luciano
Heitor Gomes
Past members Portoga
Xixo
André
Wally
Santiago
Fernando

CPM 22 is a Brazilian rock band from São Paulo formed in 1995.

Band members are Fernando Estefano (Badauí, vocals), Ricardo Di Roberto (Japinha, drums), Heitor Gomes (Heitor, bass) and Luciano Garcia (Luciano, guitar).

History[edit]

With influences from the Ramones, the Misfits, Buzzcocks, Pennywise, Green Day, and other old school punk and hardcore legends, CPM 22 recorded their first demo tape in 1998.

Their popularity in the Brazilian underground scene led CPM 22 to record the independent album A Alguns Quilômetros de Lugar Algum (A Few Kilometers From Nowhere). Two years later they were included in the Brazilian MTV video-music award in the demo clip category with "Anteontem" (The Day Before Yesterday).

In 2001, they signed with Abril Music and released their first mainstream album called CPM 22 with many hits, including "Regina, Let's Go", "Tarde de Outubro" (October Afternoon) and "O Mundo Dá Voltas" (The World Turns), playing on Brazilian radios.

At the end of 2002, they released Chegou a Hora de Recomeçar (Now's The Time To Start Over). CPM 22 reached the top of their popularity in Brazil with songs including "Desconfio" (I Suspect), "Ontem" (Yesterday), "Não Sei Viver Sem Ter Você" (I Don't Know How to Live Without You), "Dias Atrás" (Days Ago), "Atordoado" (Stunned).

They are often seen on Brazilian television shows, remarkable for a band which recently played in the São Paulo underground. Such popularity led to complaints from old-time fans that the band had "sold out", forgetting its roots by creating songs to be played on top 40 radios and populist Sunday TV shows like Domingão do Faustão and Domingo Legal.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Certification
2000 A Alguns Quilômetros de Lugar Nenhum
  • Released: 2000
  • English translation: A Few Kilometers From Nowhere
  • Record label: Independent
2001 CPM 22
  • Released: 2001
  • English translation: CPM 22
  • Record label: Abril Music/Arsenal
2002 Chegou a Hora de Recomeçar
  • Released: October 2002
  • English translation: Now's Time To Start Over
  • Record label: Abril Music/Arsenal
2005 Felicidade Instantânea
  • Released: 2005
  • English translation: Instantaneous Happiness
  • Record label: Arsenal/Universal
2007 Cidade Cinza
  • Record label: October 2007
  • English translation: Grey City
  • Record label: Arsenal/Universal
2011 Depois de um Longo Inverno
  • Released: 16 April 2011
  • English translation: After A Long Winter
  • Record label: Performance

Live albums[edit]

Demo albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Original títle English translation Album
2000 Anteontem Day Before Yesterday A Alguns Quilômetros de Lugar Nenhum
2001 Regina Let's Go CPM 22
Tarde de Outubro October Afternoon
2002 "O Mundo Dá Voltas" The World Turns
"O Chão que Ela Pisa"
"Desconfio" I Suspect Chegou a Hora de Recomeçar
2003 "Dias Atrás" Days Ago
"Não Sei Viver Sem Ter Você" I Don't Know How to Live Without You
2004 "Ontem" Yesterday
2005 "Um Minuto para o Fim do Mundo" One Minute to the End Of The World Felicidade Instantânea
"Irreversível" Irreversible
2006 "Apostas e Certezas" Bets and Certainties
"Inevitável" (live) Inevitable MTV ao Vivo
2007 "Além de Nós" (live) Beyond Us
"Tarde de Outubro" (live) October Afternoon
"Nossa Música" Our Music Cidade Cinza
2008 "Escolhas, Provas e Promessas" Choices, Proves and Promises
2009 "Estranho no Espelho" Strange In The Mirror
2010 "Vida ou Morte" Life or Death Depois de um Longo Inverno
2011 "Hospital do Sofredor" Hospital of Suffering
"Na Medida Certa" In The Right Measure
2012 "Abominável" Abominable
2013 "CPM 22"
"Perdas" Losses CPM 22 Acústico
Promotional singles
  • 2012: "Derrota e Glória" [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Álbuns certificados de CPM 22" (in Portuguese). ABPD. Retrieved 10 February 2013. 
  2. ^ "CPM 22 lança "Derrota e Glória" para download gratuito" (in Portuguese). Transamérica Pop. 

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