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Gang 90 & As Absurdettes

The Gang 90 & As Absurdettes was among the first sets of Brazilian rock in the first ’80s. These were not really highly effective, but had popular and remained area of the background of the genre. Júlio Barroso, a Brazilian rock and roll journalist who was simply an enthusiast for spirit music, reggae, and fresh influx, wrote for a number of music magazines because the ’70s, attempting to market the arousal from the rock created by Brazilians. Over time in NY, he came back to Brazil and produced a overall performance in São Paulo’s alternate location Paulicéia Desvairada, along with his sister Denise (Lonita Renaux), Alice Gwendolyn (Alice Red Punk), Maria Elisa Capparelli Pinheiro (Might East), Herman Torres, Luíza Maria, Wanderley Taffo, Guilherme Arantes, Lee Marcucci, Gigante Brasil, Otávio Fialho, Luiz Paulo Simas, Beto Firmino, Gilvan Gomes, Paulo Le Petit, and Curt, developing the group the Gang 90 & As Absurdettes. The knowledge was successful as well as the group also performed in the Lira Paulistana, the Morro da Urca (Rio), and in Sept 1981, in the MPB-81 nationwide festival with the brand new influx “Perdidos Na Selva.” The music premiered as an individual from the label Sizzling in the same yr, but using the scarce recognition for the incipient Brazilian rock and roll, Barroso returned towards the U.S. In 1983, using the verified industrial potential of the brand new genre and many recording companies trying to find new people with the capacity of becoming well-known, Júlio Barroso came back to Brazil and authorized with RCA. Adding his wife Taciana Barros to the prior formation, they documented the LP Essa Tal de Gang 90 & As Absurdettes, released in 1983. “Nosso Louco Amor,” also released as an individual, sold nearly 100,000 copies following its addition in Television Globo’s cleaning soap opera Louco Amor. Regrettably, problems with medicines and booze led Barroso to fall from his apartment’s windowpane in the 11th ground. His sister Denise passed away just a little after of Helps. From 1985 to 1987, Taciana attempted to keep carefully the Gang 90 (with no As Absurdettes and with a totally different development) heading, releasing two albums (Rosas & Tigres, 1985) and Pedra 90, 1987), however the group finally left behind its activities.

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