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Origin São Paulo, Brazil
Genres Hardcore punk, alternative metal, rapcore, reggae, ska
Years active1999 - 2017
Labels Virgin, Chaos, EMI, Arsenal, Universal, Building
Past membersEgypcio

Tihuana is a Brazilian rock band, formed in 1999 in São Paulo. Their musical influences include reggae, rap, rock, ska and Latin music. They have gained prominence outside Brazil recently due to their part in the soundtrack of Tropa de Elite .


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