After playing in the Brylho and Blitz and in the bands of Raul Seixas, Jorge Mautner, Luiz Melodia, Gal Costa, and Caetano Veloso’s, the former A Bolha Arnaldo Brandão (bass) formed the Hanoi-Hanoi using the poet Tavinho Paes. The 1st LP, released in 1986 (Hanoi-Hanoi), offered just 30,000 copies, but experienced the favorite “Blá-blá-blá… European union Te Amo” and “Totalmente Demais,” the second option being re-recorded later on by Caetano Veloso — with Veloso’s recording christened following this tune — as well as the previous re-recorded by Lobão, amongst others. In 1987, the group performed in the celebration arranged by label Plug as well as Nenhum de Nós and Hojerizah on the Canecão (Rio). 1988’s Fanzine acquired “Plic Plic” and “O Tempo Não Pára” (Brandão/Cazuza). Jean-Paul Sartre’s existentialism may be the primary of the 3rd record, O Ser E O Nada (EMI). Coração Geiger (1992) emerged after the functionality in the Rock and roll in Rio II Celebration (1991). The 1993 tour was documented live and released as the Compact disc Credus in 1995.