Titãs – 84 94 Um

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Titãs - 84 94 Um
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Released1994
Recorded1984-1994
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)

Titãs – 84 94 Um is the first compilation album released by Brazilian rock band Titãs, and also the first 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
1 Sonífera Ilha 2:56Branco Mello, Marcelo Fromer, Tony Bellotto, Ciro Pessoa and Carlos Barmack
2Toda Cor3:24Marcelo Fromer, Ciro Pessoa and Carlos Barmack
3Não Vou Me Adaptar2:45Arnaldo Antunes
4 Família 3:32Toni Bellotto and Arnaldo Antunes
5 Homem Primata 3:27Marcelo Fromer, Ciro Pessoa, Nando Reis and Sérgio Britto
6O Quê5:38Arnaldo Antunes
7Comida2:59Marcelo Fromer, Arnaldo Antunes and Sérgio Britto
8Diversão4:45Nando Reis and Sérgio Britto
9Go Back (remix)3:40Sérgio Britto and Torquato Neto
10 Marvin (Patches) 4:15R. Dunbar and G. N. Johnson, version by Nando Reis and Sérgio Britto
11Miséria4:28Arnaldo Antunes, Sérgio Britto and Paulo Miklos
12 Flores 3:27Tony Bellotto, Sérgio Britto, Charles Gavin and Paulo Miklos
13O Pulso2:44Marcelo Fromer, Toni Bellotto and Arnaldo Antunes
14Deus E O Diabo3:28Nando Reis, Sérgio Britto and Paulo Miklos
15Clitóris3:46Titãs
16Não É Por Não Falar2:31Titãs
17Hereditário2:05Titãs and Arnaldo Antunes

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