Casa das Máquinas
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Casa das Máquinas is a Brazilian rock band, formed in the 1970s.
The band was formed by Luiz Franco Thomaz, known as Netinho (baterista), member of the Os Incríveis who were looking for a sound that was less commercial and more up-to-date for their time. Their first album, Casa das Maquinas, was patterned after hard rock music while their next album, Lar de Maravilhas, adopted a more progressive style. Their third album, Casa de Rock, returned to their original style, going back to basic rock. After a near 30 years hiatus, the band decided to regroup.
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- Luiz Franco Thomaz (Netinho) - drums and percussion.
- Mário Franco Thomaz (Marinho) - drums and vocals.
- Andria Busic - Bass and lead vocals.
- Faíska - Guitar.
- Mário Testoni Jr. - organ, keyboard and piano.
- Luiz Franco Thomaz - drums and percussion
- José Aroldo Binda - guitar and vocals
- Carlos da Silva - bass guitar and vocals
- Mário Testoni Jr. - organ, keyboard and piano
- Mário Franco Thomaz - drums and vocals
- Carlos Roberto Piazzoli - guitar, organ, bass
- Maria José - vocals
- 1974 - Casa das Máquinas
- 1975 - Lar de Maravilhas
- 1976 - Casa de Rock
- 1978 - Ao Vivo em Santos (bootleg)
- 2000 - Pérolas (collection)
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