Titãs – 84 94 Dois

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Titãs - 84 94 Dois
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Compilation album by
Released1994
Recorded1994
Genre Alternative rock, post-punk, new wave, punk rock
Label WEA
Producer Jack Endino
Titãs chronology
Titãs - 84 94 Um
(1994)
Titãs - 84 94 Dois
(1994)
E-collection
(2000)

Titãs – 84 94 Dois is the second compilation album released by Brazilian rock band Titãs, and also the second featuring the main hits of the band since their first album, Titãs, released in 1984, until their seventh one, Titanomaquia, released in 1993.

Track listing

#TitleLengthMusic
1Babi Índio3:38Branco Mello and Ciro Pessoa
2 Televisão 3:42Arnaldo Antunes, Marcelo Fromer and Toni Bellotto
3Autonomia2:54Arnaldo Antunes, Marcelo Fromer and Paulo Miklos
4Cabeça Dinossauro2:18Paulo Miklos, Branco Mello and Arnaldo Antunes
5Igreja2:47Nando Reis
6 Polícia 2:07Toni Bellotto
7Porrada2:51Arnaldo Antunes and Sérgio Britto
8Tô Cansado2:18Branco Mello and Arnaldo Antunes
9Bichos Escrotos3:13Arnaldo Antunes, Sergio Britto and Nando Reis
10Jesus Não Tem Dentes No País Dos Banguelas2:10Nando Reis and Marcelo Fromer
11Lugar Nenhum2:57Arnaldo Antunes, Charles Gavin, Marcelo Fromer, Sérgio Britto and Toni Bellotto
12Desordem2:57Sérgio Britto, Marcelo Fromer and Charles Gavin
13Nome Aos Bois2:05Nando Reis, Arnaldo Antunes, Marcelo Fromer and Toni Bellotto
14Massacre1:53Sérgio Britto and Marcelo Fromer
15 AA UU 1:44Sérgio Britto and Marcelo Fromer
1632 Dentes2:28Branco Mello, Marcelo Fromer and Sérgio Britto
17Saia De Mim3:12Titãs
18Obrigado1:08Titãs
19Será Que É Disso Que Eu Necessito?2:48Titãs
20Nem Sempre Se Pode Ser Deus2:13Titãs
21A Verdadeira Mary Poppins2:21Titãs

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