Plebe Rude

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Plebe Rude
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Plebe Rude performing live in Brasília, on November 29, 2006.
Background information
Origin Brasília, Distrito Federal, Brazil
Genres Brazilian rock, punk rock, post-punk, new wave
Years active 1981–1994
1999–present
Labels EMI
Website www.pleberude.com.br
Members Philippe Seabra
Clemente
André X
Txotxa
Past members Gutje
Jander Bilaphra

Plebe Rude is a Brazilian rock band. It was formed in Brasília in 1981.

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Plebe is a band formed in 1981 by Philippe Seabra, Gutje, Andre X and Jander Bilaphra. They began gaining popularity in the punk rock scene in 1982. They later went to São Paulo where they played with Ira! and then to Rio de Janeiro where they played with Paralamas do Sucesso and Legião Urbana. Their first album, O Concreto Já Rachou was released in 1986. They released two more albums during the 80s: Nunca Fomos Tão Brasileiros and Plebe Rude III.

They broke up for a time, but began playing together again in the 90s when their first three albums were re-released as CDs. In 2000 they released a live CD called Enquanto a Trégua Não Vem, and played a few shows. They are currently recording their next Album, R ao contrário, with new guitarist Clemente and a new drummer Txotxa.

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