Brazilian rockers A.C.C. had been yet another hard-working music group with a good gimmick just before an event in Sept of 2002 gave them worldwide notoriety. Located in Porto Alegre, Brazil, the music group (whose name can be a Portuguese acronym for “Beyond the Gray Sky”) provided a strange mixture of politics commentary and dream using their false post-apocalyptic source and bizarre stage outfits. Despite such a solid image, they appeared to feel these were not obtaining the mainstream reputation they deserved, and vocalist Marcus Vinicius dos Santos made a decision to do something positive about it. Storming right into a radio train station with a duplicate of their record and a packed weapon, dos Santos organized a DJ for nearly 70 mins while As Fases da Vida performed over the atmosphere. The police encircled the studio room and pressured dos Santos to surrender, however in a bizarre twist the publicity-savvy DJ informed listeners where they could choose the album following the event was over. Needlessly to say, the album’s product sales notably improved after dos Santos’ outburst.