Domingo (Titãs album)

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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
Volume Dois
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


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

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


Adapted from the album booklet.


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


  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". Retrieved 12 March 2015.