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Sérgio Britto

Sérgio Britto debuted while a professional while a member from the Titãs in 1982. Using the Titãs partner Branco Mello as well as the previous Volcano Roberta Parisi he created in 1994 the Kleiderman. Britto was the author of many hits from the Titãs, like “Comida” (with Arnaldo Antunes/Marcelo Fromer, documented also by Marisa Monte), “AA – UU” (with Marcelo Fromer), “Amanhã Não Se Sabe”, “Bichos Escrotos” (with Arnaldo Antunes/Nando Reis), “Dentes” (with Branco Mello/Marcelo Fromer), “Desordem” (with Marcelo Fromer/Charles Gavin), “Deus e o Diabo” (with Paulo Miklos/Nando Reis), “Diversão (with Nando Reis), “Domingo” (with Toni Belotto), “Period Uma Vez” (with Marcelo Fromer/Toni Bellotto/Branco Mello/Arnaldo Antunes), “Flores” (with Gavin/Belloto/Miklos), “RETURN BACK” (with Torquato Neto), “Insensível”, “Lugar Nenhum” (with Arnaldo Antunes/Charles Gavin/Marcelo Fromer/Toni Bellotto), “Marvin” (R. Dunbar/G. N. Johnson, edition by Sérgio Britto/Nando Reis), “Massacre” (with Marcelo Fromer), “Miséria” (with Arnaldo Antunes/Paulo Miklos), “O Bem, O Mal” (with Torquato Neto), “Inédita” and “Palavras” (with Marcelo Fromer).

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