Domingo (Titãs album)

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Domingo
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Studio album by Titãs
Released 1995
Recorded September 1995 at Be Bop Sound Studios in São Paulo[1]
Genre Alternative rock
Length 63:58
Label WEA
Producer Jack Endino[1]
Titãs chronology
Titanomaquia
(1993)
Domingo
(1995)
Volume Dois
(1998)
Singles from Domingo
  1. "Domingo"
    Released: 1995

Domingo (Sunday) is the eighth studio album released by Brazilian rock band Titãs. The album became a gold record in Brazil.[2] It is the second Titãs album produced by Jack Endino, and his favorite of Titãs.[3] About the creation of the album, he commented:[3]

It was pre-produced at Nota Por Nota Studios in São Paulo, between April and August 1995; then recorded at Be Bop Sound Studios, also in São Paulo, in September of the same year; mixed at Hanzek Audio, in Seattle in October of the same year and mastered at Starling Sound, in New York City, on he same month.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Songwriting credits and lead vocal information adapted from the album booklet.[1]

No. Title Writer(s) Lead vocals Length
1. "Eu Não Aguento" (I Can't Stand) Banda Tiroteio Sergio Britto and Sérgio Boneka 4:35
2. "Domingo" (Sunday) Tony Bellotto and Britto Paulo Miklos 4:05
3. "Tudo O Que Você Quiser" (Everything You Want) Branco Mello, Britto and Charles Gavin Mello 2:30
4. "Rock Americano" (American Rock) Britto, Mauro and Quitéria Britto 4:06
5. "Tudo Em Dia" (Everything up to Date) Mello, Arnaldo Antunes and Britto Mello 2:50
6. "Vámonos" (Let's go (in Spanish)) Britto Britto 2:30
7. "Eu Não Vou Dizer Nada (Além do Que Estou Dizendo)" (I'm not gonna say anything (Besides what I'm saying)) Marcelo Fromer, Bellotto, Nando Reis, Britto, Gavin and Miklos Paulo Miklos 3:29
8. "O Caroço da Cabeça" (The Stone of the Head) Fromer, Reis and Herbert Vianna Reis 3:55
9. "Ridi Pagliaccio" (You laugh at the clown (Italian))) Mello, Bellotto and Britto Mello 2:50
10. "Qualquer Negócio" (Any Business) Mello, Fromer, Bellotto, Britto, Gavin and Miklos Miklos 3:43
11. "Brasileiro" (Brazilian) Mello, Bellotto, Britto and Gavin Mello 4:20
12. "Um Copo de Pinga" (A cup of Pinga) Britto Britto 1:21
13. "Turnê" (Tour) Mello, Reis, Britto and Gavin Mello 2:40
14. "Uns Iguais Aos Outros" (One similar to the other) Britto and Gavin Britto and Miklos 5:10

Single[edit]

"Domingo"
Domingo Cover.jpg
Single by Titãs
from the album Domingo
Released 1995
Genre Rock
Label WEA
Producer(s) Jack Endino
Titãs singles chronology
"Flores"
(1989)
"Domingo"
(1995)
"É Preciso Saber Viver"
(1998)

The album's title-track was released as its only single, the band's tenth single, in 1995. The song later appeared as an acoustic version on the Volume Dois album.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Lead vocals Length
1. "Domingo" (Sunday) Tony Bellotto, Sérgio Britto Paulo Miklos 4:05

Personnel[edit]

Adapted from the album booklet.

Titãs[edit]

Guest performances[edit]

  • Andreas Kisser - third guitar in "Brasileiro"
  • Herbert Vianna - lead guitar in "O Caroço da Cabeça"
  • Igor Cavalera - second drum kit in "Brasileiro"
  • João Barone - second drum kit in "Eu Não Vou Dizer Nada"
  • Marcos Suzano - percussion in "Eu Não Aguento", "Turnê" and "Qualquer Negócio"
  • Sérgio Boneka - co-lead vocals em "Eu Não Aguento"
  • Aureo Galli - samplers in "Rock Americano"
  • Liminha - programming, drums, bass, mandolin and acoustic guitar in "Pela Paz"; programming and samplers in "Eu Não Vou Dizer Nada (Além do que Estou Dizendo) Remix Liminha"

Technical staff[edit]

  • Marco Antonio Cordeiro (Buru) and Edu Vianna - recording technicians
  • Paulo Martins - pre-production assistant
  • Fátima da Conceição - hostess
  • Jack Endino - recording and mixing engineering
  • Laura Brantes e Beto Machado - recording and mixing assistants
  • Sombra Jones e Mario Amaral - roadies
  • Nelson Damascena - executive production
  • George Marino e Paulo Junqueiro - mastering
  • Sérgio Britto - cover and picture of the swimming pool
  • Fábio Afonso - cover and electronic publication
  • Vânia Toledo - Titãs picture
  • Juliana Toledo - drain picture

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d (1995). "Domingo liner notes". In Domingo [CD booklet]. São Paulo: WEA.
  2. ^ "ABPD certification database". ABPD. Archived from the original on 2011-09-28. Retrieved 2012-08-19. 
  3. ^ a b Sarkis, Thiago Pinto Corrêa (4 January 2004). "Jack Endino - Entrevista exclusiva com o produtor do Nirvana". Whiplash.net. Retrieved 12 March 2015.