Detonautas Roque Clube (album)

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Detonautas Roque Clube
Studio album by
RecordedRock House Studio, Rio de Janeiro, 2002
Genre Melodic hardcore, alternative rock, rap rock, rapcore, Nu Metal
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Fernando Magalhães
Detonautas Roque Clube chronology
Detonautas Roque Clube
Roque Marciano

Detonautas Roque Clube is the debut album released in 2002 by the alternative rock band with the same name.


Track listing

  1. "No Way Out"
  2. "Outro Lugar"
  3. "Quando O Sol Se For"
  4. "Ei, Peraê!"
  5. "Olhos Certos"
  6. "Nem Me Lembro Mais"
  7. "Bem E O Mal"
  8. "Ladrão De Gravata"
  9. "Mais Além"
  10. "Que Diferença Faz?"


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