In early 1981, some friends in the functioning class borough of Vila Carolina, an all natural punk enclave in the town of São Paulo, teamed to create the Inocentes. Three had been former members from the Condutores de Cadáver (the Corpse Transporters): bassist Clemente, guitarist Callegari, and drummer Marcelino. With vocalist Mauricinho, they finished the initial development of an organization who synthesized the complete background of punk rock and roll in Brazil. Many formations afterwards, the group continuing to try out, with Clemente becoming the just remnant from previously years. The music group got a central part in the introduction of the punk design in Brazil, also becoming the just Brazilian rock-band built across the figure of the dark musician, Clemente. In middle-1981, the Inocentes performed in public areas for the very first time, in the event Grito Suburbano in São Paulo. The record shop from the punk motion, Punk Rock and roll Discos, sponsored a 45 rpm recording with some rings, like the Inocentes. The recording premiered in Apr 1982, using the music group currently having expelled Mauricinho. Using the press’ developing fascination with the punk motion, Clemente was approached with a video creating company, who developed a documentary called after among the group’s tracks called Garotos perform Subúrbio. Using the addition of vocalist Ariel (previous Restos de Nada and Desequilíbrio), the Inocentes had been expelled through the advanced Gallery nightclub and performed in the I Event Punk de São Paulo (November 1982). With all displays documented precariously, the event yielded an recording, O Arriveço perform Fim perform Mundo, which got “Salvem Un Salvador,” performed from the Inocentes. In March 1983 they participated in an identical event in Rio, the I Noite Punk perform Rio de Janeiro, in the Circo Voador. Their 1st solitary, “Miséria e Fome” (45 rpm), arrived soon after. Both tracks, “Miséria e Fome” and “Aprendi a Odiar,” had been contained in a 1984 German compilation by Strange System, Life Is normally a tale. After a dissolution, the Inocentes met up again in a fresh development with Clemente, Marcelino, guitarist Ronaldo dos Passos, and brothers Tonhão (vocals) and André Parlato (bass). Other formations would stick to, using the group generally present at punk occasions. In 1986, the group documented a mini-LP with six monitors, Pânico em SP, through WEA. Their initial solo LP emerged the next calendar year, Adeus Carne (WEA), using a poem by Mayakowski, a crude public critic. In 1988, their record The Inocentes was a far more direct rock strategy for the music group. But the documenting label lost curiosity about the music group with their typical offering of 20,000 copies per record. Always making it through crises, the Inocentes also documented Estilhaçoperating-system (1992), Subterrâneos (Eldorado, 1994), and Ruas (Paradoxx, 1996).