Toda Cura para Todo Mal

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Toda Cura para Todo Mal
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Studio album by
ReleasedMay 13, 2005
Recorded2005 at 128 Japs
Genre Alternative rock, indie pop
Label Sony/BMG
Producer John Ulhoa
Pato Fu chronology
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Toda Cura para Todo Mal
Daqui Pro Futuro
Toda Cura para Todo Mal
Video by
Recorded2005 - 2007
Genre Alternative rock, indie pop
Label Sony/BMG
Producer John Ulhoa
Pato Fu chronology
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Toda Cura Para Todo Mal is a 2005 album by the Brazilian rock band Pato Fu. The album was produced by John Ulhoa. It was released in 2006 in DVD with videos of the whole music.


The studio 129 Japs is John's studio from his house. This album starred with a new integrity of the band, the keyboardist Lulu Camargo, ex-Karnak and used the producer that he took part.

Track listing

All songs written by John Ulhoa, except "Sorte e Azar" co-written by Ricardo Koctus.

  1. "Anormal" (Abnormal) 3:26
  2. "Uh Uh Uh, La La La, Ié Ié!" (Ooh ooh ooh, la la la, Yeah Yeah!) 3:15
  3. "Sorte e Azar" (Good Luck and Bad Luck) 3:59
  4. "Amendoim" (Peanuts) 3:29
  5. "Simplicidade" (Simplicity) 3:23
  6. "Agridoce" (Bittersweet) 3:44
  7. "No Aeroporto" (At the Airport) 3:37
  8. "Estudar pra Quê?" (Why Study?) 3:12
  9. "Vida Diet" (A Diet Life) 3:58
  10. "O Que É Isso?" (What Is That?) 3:33
  11. "!" 2:51
  12. "Tudo" (Everything) 3:08
  13. "Boa Noite Brasil" (Good Evening Brazil) 4:57


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Special presentation


Toda Cura Para Todo Mal is the third DVD released by Pato Fu. It was released in 2007 and makes up a compilation with music videos from the album.


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