Pato Fu. Profile: A Brazilian rock band formed in 1992 in Belo Horizonte-MG. Formed by a trio, a woman, Fernanda Takai, and two men, John and Ricardo Koctus; drummer Xande came in 1995 and became one of the revelations of the 90's. The first disc ( "Rotomusic of Liquidificapum, 1993) had far-reaching national, which only happened in 1995 with" Gol de Quem? ". With this album launched the first hit, "Sobre o Tempo", which saw the band become one of the most played on radio and television programs, as well as touring throughout Brazil
Pato Fu. Released 1999. 1. Made In Japan Lyrics.
Pato Fu is a Brazilian rock band from Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais. The band was formed by lead singer & rhythm guitarist Fernanda Takai, lead guitarist John Ulhoa and bassist Ricardo Koctus, in September 1992. Their drummer, Xande Tamietti, joined the band in 1996, as did keyboardist Lulu Camargo in 2005. The band is also famous for their 2010 album Música de Brinquedo, which was written using only toy instruments
The fifth album from the band Pato Fu is heavily influenced by Japanese aesthetics; the partnership with the producer Dudu Marote, which had begun with the previous album Televisão de Cachorro, was responsible for the trendy tech sonority of this one, the heaviest electronic of them all. The photos on the inlay and cover, and the sonority itself, draw upon the ascendency of Fernanda Takai, leader of the group. The opening track "Made in Japan" is shamelessly inspired by the Japanese duo Pizzicatto Five. Takai's husband, guitarist/composer John Takai, wrote the lyrics, which are.
Isopor - Pato Fu. Discover new music every day. Personalized feed with recommendations and new music, radio, curated playlists for every taste, easy management of your music library. Artist: Pato Fu. 2010 pop. Play.
Is Isopor the best album by Pato Fu? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Isopor by Pato Fu (1999) Overall rank: 44,176th.
|Made In Japan||3:29|
|Um Ponto Oito||6:44|
|O Filho Predileto De Rajneesh||3:50|
|O Prato Do Dia||4:26|
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|7432178180-2||Pato Fu||Isopor (CD, Album)||PluG||7432178180-2||Brazil||2000|