12 Songs, 30 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Blasting forth from the urban wilds of Curitiba, Brazil, Bonde do Rolê’s Diplo-aided debut landed on an unsuspecting public in 2007—and carioca has never quite been the same. Darting briskly through samba and soca, the trio goes for pure overkill here, with Van Halen fusillades erupting on "Dança do Zumbi,” laugh-out-loud horn blasts puncturing “Gasolina,” and old-school electro lighting up “Quero te Amar,” all while MC Pedro D'Eyrot drops mad rhymes and the iron-lunged Marina Ribatski goes wild. Highlights abound, but try starting with the gloriously cheesy hair-metal bombast of “Office Boy.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Blasting forth from the urban wilds of Curitiba, Brazil, Bonde do Rolê’s Diplo-aided debut landed on an unsuspecting public in 2007—and carioca has never quite been the same. Darting briskly through samba and soca, the trio goes for pure overkill here, with Van Halen fusillades erupting on "Dança do Zumbi,” laugh-out-loud horn blasts puncturing “Gasolina,” and old-school electro lighting up “Quero te Amar,” all while MC Pedro D'Eyrot drops mad rhymes and the iron-lunged Marina Ribatski goes wild. Highlights abound, but try starting with the gloriously cheesy hair-metal bombast of “Office Boy.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
54 Ratings

54 Ratings

amandab7 ,

SOOOO GOOD

This album is full of great beats. I can't understand a word they are saying, but I don't care! The music is great.

♪♫♪♫♪ ,

Great album!

The more I listen to their songs, the more I get my body moving. I love this album because it rocks! I hope there will be another great album by them.

grcabe ,

its just funk

bonde do role isnt supposed to be about "vocals" its Baile Funk! its supposed to get you moving and let you have a good time

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