The ephemeral but influential Fellini released four independent albums that got rave reviews, combining disconcerting lyrics, post-punk elements (influences taken of Gang of 4, Stranglers, the Fall, Joy Department) with Uk rock as well as MPB. Cadão Volpato’s ironic lyrics had been noticed from the mangue defeat gang, and Chico Technology & Nação Zumbi documented one of is own tunes, “Criança de Domingo” (with Ricardo Salvagni), on Afrociberdelia. The 1st recording, O Adeus de Fellini (1985), currently indicated the band’s ironic spirit in the name (Fellini’s Goodbye); the monitor “Outro Endereço, Outras Vidas” was performed on the British DJ John Peel’s display. The second recording, Fellini Só Vive 2 Vezes, was documented in probably the most precarious circumstances, just by Thomas Pappon and Volpato — and, actually, it was documented before the 1st one premiered. In 1987, their Três Lugares Diferentes (if they combined Brazilian rhythms having a rock and roll attitude) was called best Brazilian rock and roll album of the entire year with a poll of critics, as well as Titãs’. In 1998, the previous users teamed up once again and toured some Brazilian capitals, with the ultimate show in the Rec-Beat Event in Recife (Pernambuco) in early 1999.