Rua 47

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Rua 47
Capital Inicial Rua 47.jpg
Studio album by Capital Inicial
Released 1995
Recorded 1995
Genre Punk rock, grunge
Label Qualé Cumpádi Records
Capital Inicial chronology
'O Melhor do Capital Inicial'
(1994)
Rua 47
(1995)
'Ao Vivo'
(1996)

Rua 47 (Portuguese for 47th Street) is the sixth studio album by Brazilian rock band Capital Inicial. It was released in 1995. It was the first (and only) album by Capital Inicial to feature vocalist Murilo Lima on the band's line-up: two years before, Dinho Ouro Preto left the band in order to follow solo career, but would return to Capital Inicial in 1998.

Rua 47 was also the only album by Capital to be wholly self-produced and self-released via label "Qualé Cumpádi Records".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics English title Length
1. "Rua 47" Fê Lemos, Flávio Lemos, Loro Jones 47th Street 4:43
2. "A Lei da Metralhadora" Fê Lemos, Flávio Lemos, Loro Jones The Law of the Machine Gun 3:38
3. "Pique-Esconde" Fê Lemos, Loro Jones, Murilo Lima Hide-and-Seek 4:28
4. "Desdêmona" Karaíba, Loro Jones, Murilo Lima Desdemona 3:29
5. "Mil Vezes" Loro Jones, Mark Rossi A Thousand Times 4:26
6. "A Saga do Homo Babaca" Fê Lemos, Flávio Lemos, Loro Jones The Saga of the Homo stupid 4:47
7. "Soltem os Leões" Fê Lemos, Flávio Lemos, Murilo Lima Release the Lions 4:07
8. "Separação" Fê Lemos, Loro Jones, Murilo Lima Separation 5:53
9. "Projetos Engavetados" Fê Lemos, Flávio Lemos, Loro Jones Archived Projects 3:03
10. "Danação" Fê Lemos, Loro Jones, Murilo Lima Damnation 3:12
11. "Pele Vermelha" Fê Lemos, Flávio Lemos, Loro Jones, Murilo Lima Redskin 3:10

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