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Os Mutantes


Os Mutantes


Rock / Latin

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1335 mb

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4.5 ✱


Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock



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Os Mutantes - Os Mutantes album download

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A1 Panis Et Circenses
Written-By – Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil
A2 A Mi Niña (A Minha Menina)
Written-By – Jorge Ben
A3 El Reloj (O Relógio)
Written-By – Os Mutantes
A4 Maria Fulô (Adeus Maria Fulô)
Written-By – Humberto Teixeira, Sivuca
A5 Nena (Baby)
Written-By – Caetano Veloso
A6 Señor F (Senhor F)
Written-By – Os Mutantes
B1 Bat Macumba
Written-By – Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil
B2 La Primera Alegria Del Dia (Le Premier Bonheur Du Jour)
Written-By – Franck Gerald*, Jean Renard
B3 Tren Fantasma (Trem Fantasma)
Written-By – Caetano Veloso, Os Mutantes
B4 Tiempo Tras Tiempo (Tempo No Tempo)
Written-By – John PhillipsWritten-By [Versão] – Os Mutantes
B5 Ave Gengis Khan
Written-By – Os Mutantes

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Discos Philips
  • Printed By – Philips
  • Licensed From – Deutsche Grammophon


  • Musician – Arnaldo*, Rita Lee, Rogério Duprat, Sérgio*


℗ 1968
Derechos De Manufactura Y De Autor Reservados.
Prohibida La Copia, Ejec. Publica Y Radiotrasmision.
Lic. De La Deutsche Grammophone Ges.

Grabación distribuída por DISCOS PHILIPS
Impreso en PHILIPS
Fabricación CHILENA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LPNG 44.018 Os Mutantes Os Mutantes ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Polydor LPNG 44.018 Brazil 1968
004228294820, LPNG 44.018 Os Mutantes Os Mutantes ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP) Universal Music, Polydor 004228294820, LPNG 44.018 Europe Unknown
04228294982, LPNG 44.018 Os Mutantes Os Mutantes ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP) Universal Music, Polydor 04228294982, LPNG 44.018 Brazil 2009
04228294982, LPNG44.018 Os Mutantes Os Mutantes ‎(CD, Album) Universal Music, Polydor 04228294982, LPNG44.018 Brazil 2006
FJORD 001 Os Mutantes Os Mutantes ‎(CD, Album, RE) Omplatten FJORD 001 US 1999

Os Mutantes is the debut eponymous album by the Brazilian tropicalia band. It was originally released in 1968 by Polydor and influenced by traditional Brazilian music styles, as well as American and British bands. The album includes a cover of The Mamas & The Papas' "Once Was a Time I Thought", translated into "Tempo no Tempo", and a cover of "Le premier bonheur du jour", previously recorded by Françoise Hardy.

The album was critically acclaimed around the world, and was put at on Mojo magazine list of "50 Most Out-There Albums of All Time". It appears at number 9 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of 100 greatest Brazilian albums of all time. It also appears at number 9 on the Rolling Stones's 10 Greatest Latin Rock Albums.

Their first album, untitled "Os Mutantes", was a break down in the Brazilian scene, since they brought with their music the experimentalism that was missing in our music

Two tracks, "O Relogio" and "Le Premier Bonheur du Jour," work through pastoral French pop, sounding closer to the Swingle Singers than Gilberto Gil. Though not all of the experimentation succeeds - the languid.

Listen to music from Os Mutantes like A minha menina, Ando Meio Desligado & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Os Mutantes. Os Mutantes were formed in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1966 by brothers Arnaldo Baptista and Sérgio Dias and lead singer Rita Lee.

Psychedelic Rock Os Mutantes. Band's List Psychedelic Rock Os Mutantes Os Mutantes. Band Name Os Mutantes. Album Name Os Mutantes. Released date June 1968. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album1. 1. Panis et Circenses.

Mutantes Ao Vivo is the final Os Mutantes' album until the band's 2006 reunion at London's Barbican Theatre. Although the original line-up (Rita Lee, Arnaldo Baptista and Sérgio Dias; and later with Liminha and Dinho Leme) made the most notorious breakthrough for the group, it has gone through numerous personnel changes throughout its existence.

Os Mutantes – Mutantes (1969) Mutantes marks the group’s move into writing much of their own material. It also sees a move away from the production of Rogerio Duprat. Yes, he helps with a number of arrangements on the album but this is becoming less a 60s pop project, and more a 70s rock group. In fact, this point between the two styles seems to work perfectly for Os Mutantes. Rasping psych numbers like Náo Vá Se Perder Por Ai and Dois Mil E Um are as good as any the band have done, and the haunting ballads Fuga No II and Dia 36 are well worth more attention

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