Influenced with the precursors of Brazilian rock and roll, Raul Seixas, and Uk punk bands just like the Having sex Pistols, the Clash as well as the Buzzcocks, Marcelo Nova, a DJ at Rádio Aratu FM (Salvador, BA), curved up guitarists Karl Hummel and Gustavo Müllen, bassist Robério Santana, and drummer Aldo Machado to create Camisa de Vênus in past due 1980. Within the next yr, Hummel departed for an interval in Europe, as well as the music group preferred to hold back for him instead of replace him. In March 1982, the music group really started their activities, documenting an individual five months later on, “Meu Primo Zé,” which obtained popular in Rio/São Paulo. Quickly, they were documenting their 1st LP for Som Livre, Camisa de Vênus. Released in Oct 1983, the recording had great repercussions; but their record organization complained about the group’s aggressiveness, attempting to improve their name. The music group left behind Som Livre and departed for just two years on the highway with out a label in it. In past due 1985, Camisa de Vênus authorized with RGE, who reissued Camisa de Vênus and released the band’s second LP, Batalhão de Estranhos, keeping their crude method. The album’s achievement was instant, and both 1st albums yielded precious metal records. The 3rd one also bet on spontaneity, becoming recorded reside in March 1986. The recording had the strike “Sílvia.” A couple of months later on, the music group remaining RGE and authorized with WEA, documenting Correndo o Risco. A different recording, this one actually presented an orchestra in “A Ferro e Fogo,” nonetheless it didn’t scare aside their fans, offering 200,000 copies. In 1987, they documented a double recording, Duplo Sentido, which offered 40,000 copies. The recording, featuring the involvement of their idol, Raul Seixas, in “Muita Estrela, Pouca Constelação,” evidenced different ideas and directions, rendering it clear a parting was near. And even Nova remaining the band with Müllen, and, welcoming keyboardist João Chaves, bassist Nadinho Feliciano, and drummer Wayne Müller, created the band A Envergadura Moral. In 1988, the music group documented Marcelo Nova & A Envergadura Moral. Within the next calendar year, Nova documented an LP with Raul Seixas, A Panela perform Diabo, that was Seixas’ last record, as he passed away on August 21st. A Envergadura Moral also documented (with Nova) the record Blackout in 1991 (Continental), going for a break following its discharge. In 1994, the group teamed once again, with Marcelo Nova, Karl Hummel, Robério Santana, guitarist Luís Sérgio Carlini, keyboardist Carlos Alberto Calazans, and drummer Franklin Paolillo, documenting the live Compact disc Camisa de Vênus ao Vivo: Plugado! (1996, Polygram) and Quem é Você? (1997, Polygram).