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Album Review

The group's previous album, Instinto Coletivo, had an enormous commercial success and sold platinum, and O Rappa's O Silêncio Q Precede O Esporro continues the chosen path of mixing rock, funk, reggae, rap, and some traditional Brazilian rhythms. The outstanding track of this album is without doubt the intensive and irresistible "Reza Vela." The only really weak track is the version of Chico Buarque's early-'70s classic "Deus Lhe Pague," which frankly doesn't come off well at all in O Rappa's modern pop format. The album is heavy on dub, electronic beats, scratches, massive basslines, and electric guitars, accentuating the trademark groove that has always been O Rappa's claim to fame. The folksy and popular samba artist Zeca Pagodinho appears on "Maneiras," which, as one might then expect, has an evident samba beat. The many "Intros" preceding the songs — most of them using the voice of Waly Salomão — are a somewhat peculiar feature of the album. ~ Philip Jandovský, Rovi

Biography

Formed: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Genre: Brazilian

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Mixing samba with dub and drum'n'bass with funk, O Rappa has as its most visible features social criticism, racial awareness, and in attacks against police violence. The first album, O Rappa (1994), was celebrated only in small circles of the initiated, mostly in working-class suburbs of Rio de Janeiro. Only the third CD, Lado B Lado A (1999), sold well: 150,000 copies in three months. In the same year, the music video for "Minha Alma" was nominated for seven categories on MTV Brasil's Vídeo Music...
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  • 12,99 €
  • Genres: Brazilian, Music
  • Released: 13 November 2003

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