Following the typical start of the garage band (a couple of teenage friends playing simply for kicks), the mangue beat band Jorge Cabeleira e o Dia em que Seremos Todos Inúteis had a significant break on the Recife Rock Present Festival using their mixture of baião and rock and roll & move. Known at that time as Operating-system Mordomos, that they had two music to join up in the celebration that only recognized one melody per band. Therefore they created another name for the music group and enrolled double. Because of this, they gained second and third place on the festival as well as the replacement denomination finished up staying as the “public” one. The nice result on the Recife Rock and roll Present brought Jorge Cabeleira an invitation to try out at the next edition from the Abril Pro Rock and roll Festival, soon accompanied by various other festivals. Putting your signature on with Sony Music in 1993, they released their first Compact disc two years from then on. “Carolina” received an excellent airing through the entire country, using a music video on MTV Brazil, however the record sold just 10,000 copies, culminating using the dismissal from the band with the record firm. Over time of ostracism, the group changed drummer Davi (who still left music and it is devoting himself to laws college) for Joaquim.