Mais do Mesmo is the second compilation album by Brazilian rock band Legião Urbana. It was released in 1998 after Renato Russo's death and the subsequent end of the band. All songs were extracted from all eight albums of the group, under Marcelo Bonfá's and Dado Villa-Lobos' choices.
In the CD booklet, there is a text by journalist and Russo's friend Arthur Dapieve, in which he defines Legião Urbana albums as: "the political Legião Urbana, the lovely Dois, the irated Que País É Este 1978/1987, the religious As Quatro Estações, the shadowy V, the depressed A Tempestade and the redeemer Uma Outra Estação.".