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Album Review

Ruído Rosa is Pato Fu's sixth album and also the best and most consistent work of the group. The moods and musical styles vary quite a lot on the album, but it still comes across as coherent and balanced. There is the strong rock song "Eu," the catchy and humorous hit "Menti pra você mas foi sem querer" (I Lied to You but I Didn't Want To) by Rubinho Troll, and the inventive and surprising "Tribunal de causas realmente pequenas" (Tribunal of Really Small Matters). "Que Fragilidade" has the typical vaudeville feel of many Os Mutantes songs. Speaking of Os Mutantes, the album brings a new version of "Ando meio-desligado," recorded by Os Mutantes in 1970. The electronic version of Ira's "Tolices" is the other cover of the album. "Sorria você está sendo filmado," sung by John, is simple, commercial Europop, but presented in an elegant way. "O Amor é anormal" is a romantic, radio-friendly guitar pop song. The calmer, more melancholic side of Pato Fu is represented here by the excellent electronic ballads "Ninguém" and "O vento levou." In general, the lyrics of the album consist of the kind of everyday philosophy that Pato Fu does best, but the more political "Deus" shows an inventive and humorous way of commenting on social injustice. The only weak track on the album is "Day After Day," which for some reason was given lyrics in English. But apart from that unhappy moment, Ruído Rosa is full of creativity, quality, and simply very nice pop/rock songs. ~ Philip Jandovský, Rovi

Biography

Genre: Brazilian

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Pato Fu is heavily influenced by Os Mutantes in its formation (two men and a woman), in the choice of timbres, and in the use of humor and satire, which includes São Paulo's redneck accent. So far they've put out five albums, enjoyed national exposure since 1995, when, because of their album Gol de Quem?, the band was one of the most played on radios and presented in TV shows, along with tours throughout Brazil. In April/May 1993, Pato Fu recorded their first album, Rotomusic de Liquidificapum. The...
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Ruido Rosa, Pato Fu
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Brazilian, Music
  • Released: 29 March 2001

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