Depois da Guerra

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Depois da Guerra
Depois da Guerra - Oficina G3 2008.jpg
Studio album by
Released2008
RecordedNaCena Studios, São Paulo
MR. Som Studios, São Paulo
GenreProgressive metal
Christian metal
Metalcore
Length69:40
LabelMK Music
ProducerHeros Trench
Marcelo Pompeu
Oficina G3 chronology
Elektracustika
(2007)
Depois da Guerra
(2008)
Histórias e Bicicletas (Reflexões, Encontros e Esperança)
(2013)

Depois da Guerra (English: After the War) is the tenth studio album by Oficina G3, and the fifth released by MK Music.[1] This is the first album with the new lead vocalist Mauro Henrique. The band won the 2009 Latin Grammy Award for Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language) in 2009.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "D.A.G." - 1:05
  2. "Meus Próprios Meios" - 4:53 (My Own Ways)
  3. "Eu Sou" - 5:53 (I Am)
  4. "Meus Passos" - 5:04 (My Steps)
  5. "Continuar" - 4:28 (Continue)
  6. "De Joelhos" - 5:20 (On My Knees)
  7. "Tua Mão" - 4:27 (Thy Hand)
  8. "Muros" - 4:59 (Walls)
  9. "Depois Da Guerra" - 4:55 (After The War)
  10. "A Ele" - 4:40 (To Him)
  11. "Incondicional" - 4:16 (Unconditional)
  12. "Obediência" - 5:05 (Obedience)
  13. "Better" - 6:22
  14. "People Get Ready" - 4:01
  15. "Unconditional" - 4:15

Personnel[edit]

  • Mauro Henrique – vocals
  • Juninho Afram – guitar, vocals
  • Duca Tambasco – bass
  • Jean Carllos – keyboards

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Celso Machado – guitar on "People Get Ready"
  • Alexandre Aposan – drums

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)[2] Gold 40,000*

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.oficinag3.art.br/discografia/?disco=72676#
  2. ^ "Brazilian album certifications – Oficina G3 – Depois da Guerra" (in Portuguese). Associação Brasileira dos Produtores de Discos.

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