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|Studio album by Marcelo Camelo|
|Released||1 April 2011|
|Marcelo Camelo chronology|
|Singles from Toque Dela|
Toque Dela or in English, Her Touch is the second album of the singer Marcelo Camelo (Zé Pereira / Universal) The disc has Hurtmold as backing band, formed by Mauricio Takara (drums), Guilherme Granado (vibraphone), Mark Gerez (bass), Rogerio Martins (percussion ) and Mario and Fernando Cappi (guitars). Other investments are for the account of Marcelo Jeneci, Rob Mazurek and Mallu Magalhães. The album cover is signed by the artist Biel Carpenter.
|3.||"Tudo Que Você Quiser"||3:39|
|6.||"Pra Te Acalmar"||2:38|
|10.||"Meu Amor é teu"||5:34|
Fabrizio Moretti is an Italian-Brazilian musician and visual artist best known as the drummer for American indie rock band The Strokes. He is also a member of Brazilian/American rock supergroup Little Joy. Moretti has also worked on various art projects since 2012.
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Cavalo is the first solo album of singer Rodrigo Amarante, released in September 2013 in Brazil by Som Livre, and in May 2014 around the world by the Easy Sound.
Sou Nós is in the English-language I Am Us the first studio album from Rio singer Marcelo Camelo, lead singer of the band Los Hermanos, launched in 2008.
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"Sentimental" is the second single extracted from the album "Bloco do Eu Sozinho" band Los Hermanos. It is the second song signed by the singer Rodrigo Amarante to consider working range. The first was "Quem Sabe", the debut album "Los Hermanos", 1999.
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