O Retorno de Saturno

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O Retorno de Saturno
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 7, 2008
RecordedToca do Bandido, Rio de Janeiro, 2008
Genre Alternative rock, psychedelic rock
Label Sony BMG
Producer Detonautas Roque Clube, Tomás Magno, Fernando Magalhães
Detonautas Roque Clube chronology
O Retorno de Saturno

O Retorno de Saturno (English: The Return of Saturn) is the fourth album by Detonautas, released in 2008 by Sony BMG. It is the first album without guitarist Rodrigo Netto, who was assassinated in 2006.


Track listing

  1. "O Retorno de Saturno"
  2. "Nada É Sempre Igual"
  3. "Verdades do Mundo"
  4. "Só Pelo Bem Querer"
  5. "Lógica"
  6. "Tanto Faz"
  7. "Oração do Horizonte"
  8. "Soldados de Chumbo"
  9. "Ensaio Sobre A Cegueira"
  10. "Enquano Houver..."
  11. "Eu Vou Vomitar Em Você"


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