Cólera

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Cólera
Origin São Paulo, Brazil
Genres Punk rock
Hardcore punk
Years active 1979–present
Labels Ataque Frontal
A. Indie Records
Devil Discos
Website Cólera Official Website
Members Cacá Saffiotti
Wendel Barros
Pierre
Val
Past members Anselmo
Redson
Helinho
Fábio Bossi
Josué Correia

Cólera is a Brazilian punk rock band formed in October 1979 in São Paulo, by the brothers Redson (guitar and lead vocals) and Pierre (drums) and their friend Val (bass guitar).[1] They are currently one of the oldest punk bands in activity in Brazil, with a career that spans almost 30 years. They have toured Europe three times, in 1987, 2004 and 2008.

On September 28, 2011, Redson died from stomach bleeding at the age of 49. Cólera continues to play with a new formation: Wendel Barros on vocals and Cacá Saffiotti on guitar. In July 2016, their 1986 album Pela Paz em Todo o Mundo was elected by Rolling Stone Brasil as the 2nd best Brazilian punk rock album.[2]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Tente Mudar o Amanhã (1985) - Ataque Frontal
  • Pela Paz Em Todo o Mundo (1986) - Ataque Frontal
  • Cólera European Tour '87 (1988) - A. Indie Records
  • Verde, Não Devaste! (1989) - Devil Discos
  • Mundo Mecânico, Mundo Eletrônico (1991) - Devil Discos
  • Caos Mental Geral (1998) - Devil Discos
  • 20 Anos ao Vivo (2002) - Devil Discos
  • Deixe a Terra em Paz! (2004) - Devil Discos
  • The Best Of - Alemanha (2004) - Dirty Faces
  • Primeiros Sintomas (2006)
  • Acorde! Acorde! Acorde! (2018) - EAEO Records

EPs[edit]

  • Dê o Fora (1986) - Hageland Records
  • É Natal!!? (1987) - Ataque Frontal

Compilations[edit]

  • Grito Suburbano (1982) - Punk Rock Discos
  • SUB (1983) - Estúdios Vermelhos (LP), Devil Discos (CD)
  • O Começo do Fim do Mundo (1983) - SESC
  • Beating The Meat (1984) - Excentric Noise Records
  • Ataque Sonoro (1985) - Ataque Frontal
  • Tropical Viruses #1 (1985) - BCT
  • Empty Skulls Vol.2 (1986) - Fart Blossom Enterprises
  • Bunker (1987) - Bunker Musyk
  • 1984, The Third Sonic World War (1988) - New Wave Records
  • Tributo ao Olho Seco (2000) - Redstar Records
  • Compilação Beneficente PEA (2005)

Splits[edit]

  • Ratos de Porão/Cólera ao vivo (1985) - Ataque Frontal

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official MySpace page
  2. ^ Cavalcanti, Paulo (20 July 2016). "Os dez maiores discos do punk rock nacional". Rolling Stone Brasil (in Portuguese). Grupo Spring de Comunicação. Retrieved 23 August 2016. 

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