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Titãs - Nheengatu (2014)


Titãs - Nheengatu (2014)


Tracklist front / back album covers


1. "Fardado" (Uniformed)   2:28

2. "Mensageiro da Desgraça" (Messenger of Disgrace)   3:29

3. "República dos Bananas" (Republic of the Fools[f])   2:02

4. "Fala, Renata" (Speak, Renata)   3:01

5. "Cadáver Sobre Cadáver" (Corpse on Top of Corpse)   2:55

6. "Canalha (Walter Franco cover)" (Scumbag)   3:16

7. "Pedofilia" (Pedophilia)   2:02

8. "Chegada ao Brasil (Terra à Vista)" (Arrival in Brazil (Land in Sight))   2:22

9. "Eu Me Sinto Bem" (I Feel Good)   2:04

10. "Flores Pra Ela" (Flowers for Her)   3:31

11. "Não Pode" (It's Not Permitted To)   2:14

12. "Senhor" (Lord)   2:51

13. "Baião de Dois"   2:43

14. "Quem São os Animais?" (Who Are the Animals?)   2:21


Total length:   37:12



Titãs Band Members / Musicians

Paulo Miklos – Lead vocals on tracks 2, 5, 10 and 13, backing vocals on tracks 1, 3, 4, 6–9, 11, 12 and 14, rhythm guitar on all tracks

Branco Mello – Lead vocals on tracks 3, 6, 8 and 12, backing vocals on tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 9-11, 13 and 14, bass on all tracks except 3, 6, 8, 12

Sérgio Britto – Lead vocals on tracks 1, 4, 7, 9, 11 and 14, backing vocals on tracks 2, 5, 9, 10 and 13, keyboards on all tracks, bass on tracks 3, 6, 8, 12, graphic project and conception (art and project)

Tony Bellotto – Lead guitar on all tracks


Mario Fabre - Drums on all tracks


Rafael Ramos - producing

Jorge Guerreiro - recording

Vitor Farias - mixing

Ricardo Garcia - mastering

Cristina Doria - executive producer

André Rola - graphic design



Nheengatu is the 14th studio album by Brazilian rock band Titãs, released on May 12, 2014. It is their first studio album with session drummer Mario Fabre, who replaced Charles Gavin, their last with vocalist and guitarist Paulo Miklos, who left the then quartet in 2016, and also their first release through Som Livre and producer Rafael Ramos. The album was dedicated to Rachel Salém, Miklos' wife who died on July 23, 2013 of lung cancer.

The album is considered a back-to-the-roots work, with Titãs departing from the soft, romantic and electronic arrangements from the previous album, Sacos Plásticos, and returning to the heavier sound of their Cabeça Dinossauro and Titanomaquia times. The lyrics are also more bitter, dealing with topics such as pedophilia, police brutality, violence against women, sexual, racial and social discrimination.

In 2014, the album was nominated for the Latin Grammy Award for Best Brazilian Rock Album.

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