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Por Pouco

Mundo Livre S.A.

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Album Review

Mundo Livre S/A continues its streak of stunning albums with Por Pouco, yet another release that crosses multiple stylistic boundaries. Songs such as "Meu Esquema" find the band slowing things down for a change, but, for the most part, the Brazilian band keeps the energy level high here, much like you'd expect. In particular, the first few songs on Por Pouco — "O Mistério do Samba," "Concorra a um Carro," and the title track — get the album off to a rousing beginning before the band slows things down a bit and turns toward its melodic side on "Mexe Mexe." By blending good old rock & roll with samba and other Latin-infused styles, Mundo Livre S/A again demonstrates how inventive a band it really is, sounding more confident than ever.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

This band formed in Recife (Pernambuco) in 1984, out of the remains of three deceased punk bands (Trapaça, Serviço Sujo, and Câmbio Negro). Mundo Livre S/A spent several years playing under massive booing, especially when they played the tamborim (a percussion instrument traditional in the samba genre). In 1987, the band's instruments were stolen, thus causing the dissolution of the group. Bandleader Fred 04, a journalist by profession, went to São Paulo...
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