Titãs discography

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Titãs discography
Studio albums16
Live albums5
Compilation albums3
Video albums4
Singles13

The following is the discography of Brazilian rock band Titãs .

YearAlbumLabel
1984 Titãs WEA
1985 Televisão
1986 Cabeça Dinossauro
1987 Jesus não Tem Dentes no País dos Banguelas
1988 Go Back
1989 Õ Blésq Blom
1991 Tudo ao Mesmo Tempo Agora
1993 Titanomaquia
1995 Domingo
1997 Acústico MTV
1998 Volume Dois
1999 As Dez Mais
2001 A Melhor Banda de Todos os Tempos da Última Semana BMG
2003 Como Estão Vocês?
2005 MTV ao Vivo
2009 Sacos Plásticos Universal Music
2012 Cabeça Dinossauro ao Vivo 2012
2014 Nheengatu Som Livre
2015 Nheengatu ao Vivo
2018 Doze Flores Amarelas Universal Music
2021 Titãs Trio Acústico BMG
2022Olho Furta-CorMidas Music

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