O Silêncio Q Precede O Esporro

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O Silêncio Q Precede O Esporro
O Silêncio Q Precede O Esporro cover.jpg
Studio album by O Rappa
Released 2003
Genre Experimental rock, funk rock, MPB
Length 69:56
Label Warner Music
Producer Tom Capone and O Rappa
O Rappa chronology
Instinto Coletivo Ao Vivo
(2001)
O Silêncio Q Precede O Esporro
(2003)
Acústico MTV
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

O Silêncio Q Precede O Esporro (Portuguese: The Silence Dat Precedes the Blast) is the fifth album by Brazilian band O Rappa.[2] It was produced by Tom Capone and O Rappa. It is the first album without the drummer and lyricist Marcelo Yuka, with the drums assumed by the keyboardist Marcelo Lobato and the lyrics by his brother Marcos, and Marcelo Falcão. It is distributed through Warner Music.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "0'52" - 0:52
  2. "Reza Vela" - 4:56
  3. "0'05" - 0:05
  4. "Rodo Cotidiano" – 6:13
  5. "Papo De Surdo E Mudo" – 5:41
  6. "0'04" - 0:04
  7. "Bitterusso Champagne" - 6:50
  8. "0'04" - 0:04
  9. "Mar De Gente" - 5:35
  10. "O Salto" - 6:17
  11. "1'46" - 1:46
  12. "Linha Vermelha" - 3:30
  13. "Pára Pegador" - 4:18
  14. "1'15" - 1:08
  15. "0'21" – 0:21
  16. "0'14" – 0:14
  17. "Óbvio" - 4:17
  18. "0'41" - 0:41
  19. "Maneiras" - 4:15
  20. "O Novo Já Nasce Velho" - 4:11
  21. "Deus Lhe Pague" - 3:28
  22. "1'38" - 1:38
  23. "O Salto II" - 3:23

Personnel[edit]

Guest musicians
  • Malena D'Álessio - rapping (in "Óbvio")
  • Zeca Pagodinho - guest vocals (in "Maneiras")
  • Negralha - turntables, samplers
  • Marcos Lobato - keyboards, dobro, harmonium
  • Cleber Sena - percussion

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ This is the first album without the lyricist and drummer Marcelo Yuka. "O Rappa". 2008-12-21. Retrieved 2008-12-21. 
  3. ^ "Store". Warner Music. 2008-12-20. Retrieved 2008-12-20.