Drês

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Drês
Studio album by Nando Reis e os Infernais
Released May 22, 2009
Genre Rock, alternative rock
Label Universal Music
Producer Carlos Pontual and Nando Reis
Nando Reis e os Infernais chronology
Luau MTV
(2007)
Drês
(2009)
Bailão do Ruivão
(2010)

Drês is the sixth album released by Brazilian band Nando Reis e os Infernais. The singer Ana Cañas guest appeared on the track "Pra Você Guardei o Amor". The song "Ainda Não Passou" nominated for the 2009 Latin Grammy Award of Best Brazilian Song (Portuguese Language).[1] As of August 2010, the album sold around 18,000 copies.[2]

The name of the album is a portmanteau of the words "Dri" (nickname of his ex-girlfriend Adriana Lotaif) and "três" (three, the number of songs dedicated to her in the album: "Hi, Dri!", "Driamante" and the title-track).[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Hi Dri"
  2. "Ainda Não Passou" (It Still Didn't Pass) - 3:16
  3. "Drês" - 4:16
  4. "Conta" (Account) - 4:42
  5. "Só Pra So" (Only for So[4]) - 3:25
  6. "Mosaico Abstrato" (Abstract Mosaic) - 4:38
  7. "Pra Você Guardei o Amor" (For You I Kept Love) (featuring Ana Cañas) - 5:43
  8. "Livre Como um Deus" (Free as a God) - 5:11
  9. "Driamante" (Driamond[5]) - 2:39
  10. "Hoje Eu te Pedi em Casamento" (Today I Proposed to You) - 3:19
  11. "Mil Galáxias" (A Thousand Galaxies) - 3:33
  12. "Baby, Eu Queria" (Baby, I Wanted to) - 3:00

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2009 Nominados > Brasileña
  2. ^ "Nando Reis regrava Wando e diz que mercado não absorve inéditas" (in Portuguese). Folha.com. Retrieved 22 August 2010. 
  3. ^ Cruz, Felipe Branco (28 May 2009). "Nando Reis leva para novo álbum os três amores de sua vida" (in Portuguese). Jornal da Tarde. Retrieved 21 September 2012. 
  4. ^ "So" is a nickname for Sofia, Reis' daughter. This song is a tribute for her.
  5. ^ It's a word play with the nickname "Dri" and Diamante, which translates as Diamond

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