A romantic rock band formed in São Paulo in the '80s, Zero had as its members Fábio Golfetti, the founder of Violeta de Outono. After the single "Heróis," the band launched its first mini-LP, Passos no Escuro, which sold more than 120,000 copies with the two hits "Agora Eu Sei" (a duet by Zero's Guilherme Isnard and RPM's Paulo Ricardo) and "Formosa." In 1987, the group opened for Tina Turner in Brazil. Having being dissolved in 1989, Zero teamed up again in 1999 for a Brazilian tour, having launched the CD Electro Acústico in 2001.
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