Monday, February 7, 2022

Titãs - As Dez Mais (1999)


Titãs - As Dez Mais (1999)


Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "Gostava Tanto de Você" (I Used to Like You So Much)   3:59

2. "Sete Cidades" (Seven Cities)   3:26

3. "Circo de Feras" (Circus of Beasts)   3:50

4. "Rotina" (Routine)   3:19

5. "Querem Acabar Comigo" (They Want to Finish Me Off)   3:39

6. "Fuga nº II" (Escape nº II)   4:35

7. "Pelados em Santos" (Naked in Santos)   3:29

8. "Um Certo Alguém" (A Certain Someone)   3:21

9. "Ciúme" (Jealousy)   4:06

10. "Aluga-se" (For Rent)   3:20



Titãs Band Members / Musicians

Branco Mello - lead vocals on "Gostava Tanto de Você" and "Rotina", co-lead vocals on "Pelados em Santos"

Paulo Miklos - lead vocals on "Fuga Nº 11" and "Um Certo Alguém", co-lead vocals on "Aluga-se", harmonica, mandolin, banjo, backing vocals

Nando Reis - lead vocals on "Circo de Feras" and "Ciúmes", co-lead vocals on "Pelados em Santos", bass

Sérgio Britto - lead vocals on "Sete Cidades" and "Querem Acabar Comigo", co-lead vocals on "Aluga-se", organ, piano, mellotron, wurlitzer, backing vocals

Tony Bellotto - acoustic, electric and twelve string guitar

Marcelo Fromer - acoustic and electric guitar

Charles Gavin - drums


Jack Endino - bass in "Um Certo Alguém", electronic drums arrangement in "Fuga n° II", guitar and backing vocals in "Aluga-se"

Edu Morelenbaum - conducting

Eumir Deodato - conducting

Ricardo Imperatore - percussion

Paschoal Perrota - violin and arrangement

Cassia Menezes - cello

Marcio Malard - cello

Paula Prates - violin

Ricardo Amado da Silva - violin

Antonella Pareschi - violin

Jesuina Passaroto - viola

Bernard Marie Bessler - viola

Daniel Garcia - saxophone, flute, saxophone solo in "Gostava Tanto de Você"

Roberto Marques - trombone

Altair Martins - trumpet, flugelhorn

Ron Lawrence - viola

N. Cenovia Cummins - violin

Todd Reynolds - violin

Richard Lucker - cello

Maxine Neuman - cello

Joyce Hammann - violin

Robert Shaw - violin

Stuart Mac Donald - tenor saxophone

Jim Sisko - trumpet

David Marriott, Jr. - trombone


Bae arrangements: Jack Endino and Titãs

String and brass arrangements: Eumir Deodato (except "Rotina" and "Ciúmes", by Titãs and Jack Endino)

Studios: Iron Wood Studios (Seattle), Hanzeck Audio (Seattle), Avatar Studios (NY), Ar Estúdio (RJ), Blue Studio (RJ) e ARP Estúdio (SP)

ExcExecutive production: Charles Gavin

Artistic direction: Tom Capone

Recording engineering (Seattle): Jack Endino e Kip Beelman

Recording assistants (Seattle): Donn Devore, Kip Beelman e Floyd Reitsma

Recording engineering (NY): Álvaro Alencar

Recording assistant (NY): Gregg Gasperino

Recording engineering (RJ): Álvaro Alencar

Recording assistants (RJ): André Rattones e Luciano Tarta

Recording engineering (SP): Roberto Marques

Recording assistant (SP): Nelson Damascena

Mixing: Studio X (Seattle)

Mixing engineering: Jack Endino

Mixing assistant: Sam Hofstedt

Mastering engineering: George Marino and Jack Endino (at Sterling Sound, NY)

Graphic coordination: Silvia Panella

Cover: Desenho Brasa

Photos: Rochelle Costi

Photo assistant: Marcelo Zochio

Costume design: Cristiane Mesquita and Lilian Varella

Roadies: Sérgio Molina, Sombra Jones and Viça




As Dez Mais (Portuguese for The Top Ten) is the 10th studio album by Brazilian rock band Titãs, and their first cover album. It was released in 1999, selling more than 400,000 copies. It was their last album with guitarist Marcelo Fromer, who died in 2001 just a few days before the first days of recordings of As Dez Mais' studio successor, A Melhor Banda de Todos os Tempos da Última Semana.

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