Tara Perdida is a Portuguese punk rock-band with mainstream charm whose fifth album, Nada a Esconder, was a high Ten strike in 2008. Founded in 1995 in Lisbon, Portugal, the music group is made up of João Ribas (vocals, acoustic guitar; given birth to João Ribas de Sousa on, may 6, 1965, in Lisbon), Ruka (acoustic guitar; given birth to João Rui Costa on, may 24, 1973, in Lisbon), Ganso (acoustic guitar; given birth to Tiago Felgueiras da Silva on, may 15, 1975, in Lisbon), Jaime (bass; given birth to Jaime Batista de Sousa on January 17, 1975, in Lisbon), and Rodrigo (drums; given birth to Rodrigo Martins Alves on Oct 6, 1980, in Cascais). The initial lineup included Cró (bass) and Orélio (drums), furthermore to Ribas and Ruka. Ahead of co-founding Tara Perdida, Ribas was an associate of the music group Censurados, which released three albums throughout their short living: Censurados (1990), Confusão (1991), and Sopa (1993). Tara Perdida produced their eponymous recording debut in 1996 and released their second recording, Só Não Vê Quem Não Quer, in 1998 before splintering. Cró and Orélio remaining the music group while Ganso, Jaime, and Rodrigo became a member of within their place. It required four years for Tara Perdida to come back using their third recording, É Assim (2002). 4th recording Lambe-Botas (2005) was a breakout achievement for the music group. It resulted in a major-label documenting deal with Common Music and paved just how for the mainstream strike follow-up recording, Nada a Esconder (2008), which reached quantity six within the Portuguese albums graph and spawned the solitary “Sentimento Ingénuo.” A live video, É Incrivel (2008), premiered on Dvd and blu-ray around once.