Ti Ti Ti (song)

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"Ti Ti Ti"
Metro Ti Ti Ti.jpg
Single by Metrô
from the album Olhar
B-side "Tudo Pode Mudar"
Released1985
Recorded1984/1985
Genre New wave, synth-pop, synth-rock
Length2:57
Label Epic Records
Songwriter(s) Rita Lee, Roberto de Carvalho ("Ti Ti Ti")
Joe Euthanazia, Ronaldo Santos ("Tudo Pode Mudar")
Producer(s) Luiz Carlos Maluly
Metrô singles chronology
"Beat Acelerado"
(1984)
"Ti Ti Ti"
(1985)
"Não Dá pra Parar a Música"
(1985)

"Ti Ti Ti" (Brazilian Portuguese slang for "Chit-Chatter") is a single by Brazilian synthpop band Metrô, released in 1985 by Epic Records. Written by Rita Lee (one of Metrô's major influences) alongside her long-time partner Roberto de Carvalho, the song was originally featured on the band's debut album Olhar , but would acquire higher fame after being included in the soundtrack of the eponymous telenovela broadcast by Rede Globo from 1985 to 1986, serving as its opening theme. [1] A music video for it was made in the same year. [2]

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A cover of the song by Rita Lee herself would be used as the opening theme of the telenovela's 2010 remake.

A previously unreleased dance remix of the song was included as a bonus track on the 2016 re-release of Olhar.

Track listing

  1. "Ti Ti Ti" – 2:57
  2. Tudo Pode Mudar – 3:34

Personnel

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References

  1. Arthur Dapieve (1996). BRock: o rock brasileiro dos anos 80. Editora 34. p. 187. 8573260084, 9788573260083.
  2. Metrô – "Ti Ti Ti"