Rita Lee

A Marca Da Zorra

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After a promising opening in the rock scene with the fundamental band Os Mutantes, Rita Lee followed a dance-oriented career with passages for acoustic pop releases that she called bossa nova. This album marks a return to rock and open debauchery, with a declaration of principles expressed in the use of profanities, fuzzed-out guitars, and heavy drumming, and her old hits in the genre, like "Jardins Da Babilônia," "Ando Meio Desligado" (from Mutantes time), "Papai Me Empresta O Carro,," "Atlântida," "Mamãe Natureza," and "Ovelha Negra." The album also brings back the husband Roberto de Carvalho.