Jesus não Tem Dentes no País dos Banguelas

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Jesus não Tem Dentes no País dos Banguelas
Studio album by Titãs
Released 1987
Recorded 1987
Genre Electronic rock, post-punk, punk rock, funk rock, experimental rock
Length 37:24
Label Warner Music Group
Producer Liminha
Titãs chronology
Cabeça Dinossauro
Jesus não Tem Dentes no País dos Banguelas
Õ Blésq Blom
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

Jesus não Tem Dentes no País dos Banguelas (Portuguese for "Jesus Has no Teeth in the Land of the Toothless") is the fourth studio album by Brazilian rock band Titãs. It was released in 1987. Mixing punk rock with samplers, it debuted in the 1988 Hollywood Rock. The song "Comida" voted by the Brazilian edition of Rolling Stone as the 68th greatest Brazilian song.[2]


No. Title Lyrics Lead vocals Length
1. "Todo Mundo Quer Amor" (Everybody Wants Love) Arnaldo Antunes Antunes 1:18
2. "Comida" (Food) Antunes, Marcelo Fromer, Sérgio Britto Antunes 3:59
3. "O Inimigo" (The Enemy) Branco Mello, Fromer, Tony Bellotto Mello 2:13
4. "Corações e Mentes" (Hearts and Minds) Fromer, Britto Britto 3:47
5. "Diversão" (Fun) Nando Reis, Britto Miklos 4:45
6. "Infelizmente" (Unfortunately) Britto Britto 3:01
7. "Jesus não Tem Dentes no País dos Banguelas" (Jesus Has No Teeth in Toothless Land) Fromer, Reis Reis 2:11
8. "Mentiras" (Lies) Fromer, Britto, Bellotto Miklos 2:09
9. "Desordem" (Disorder) Charles Gavin, Fromer, Britto Britto 4:01
10. "Lugar Nenhum" (Nowhere) Antunes, Gavin, Fromer, Britto, Bellotto Antunes 2:56
11. "Armas pra Lutar" (Weapons to Fight) Antunes, Mello, Fromer, Bellotto Mello 2:10
12. "Nome aos Bois" (Names to the Oxen) Antunes, Mello, Fromer, Bellotto Reis 2:06
13. "Violência" (Violence) Gavin, Britto Miklos 2:48
  • The track "Violência" is not included in the vinyl version.



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  1. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. Titãs: Jesus Não Tem Dentes no País dos Banguelas > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved 15 August 2011.
  2. ^ Paulo, Terron (2009). "As 100 Maiores Músicas Brasileiras - "Comida"". Rolling Stone Brasil (in Portuguese). Spring. Retrieved 6 January 2014.