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TOM ZE'

Tom Z

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

2.00 | 1 ratings

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2 stars In the 70s self-titled album, the brazilian musician Tom Z used his same old formula present at the first album, but less focus on avant-garde and more into pure Tropicalia psychedelia and boring side of mpb, trying to do a commercial effort. And it works, since Jeitinho Dela was his first "greatest hit". This album is more avant-garde in vocalization, and includes crazy stuff too, like random variations. The results are a second album non-so- inspired as Grande Liquidao (1968), his debut. Also, the jokes at the lyrics aren't so fine as the previous album. Actually, it's a boring album at all.
VOTOMS | 2/5 |

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