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4.24 | 9 ratings | 2 reviews | 57% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2010

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Lambada Post Mortem (2:53)
2. Cabra da Peste Negra (2:12)
3. Ana Lida Resurrection (2:18)
4. Self-Destructing Samba-Reggae (1:44)
5. Tagua York City Molestus Ostinato (2:05)
6. DF DEATH TRAP (2:29)
7. Luciferi Tum Tum (1:38)
8. Cancro Molly (1:31)
9. deprelicious (1:57)
10. badtriptronics #14 (1:58)
11. Herpes Soul & Samba Zoster (1:54)
14. kit de amputação asasulista (1:08)

Total Time: 26:46

Line-up / Musicians

- RC / guitars
- Lupa / drums, percussion
- Munha / bass
- Jota Dale /
- Etos Jerônimo /
- Andre Togni /

Guest musicians:
- Marcelo Vargues / trumpets
- Eduardo Santana / trumpets
- Flávio Rubens / clarinet
- Hideki / cavaquinho
- DJ Cochlar / keyboards
- Chefe Kosinski / additional percussion
- Lauro Montana / spoken words

Releases information

CD Beco da Coruja Produções (2015 Brazil)

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SATANIQUE SAMBA TRIO Bad Trip Simulator #2 ratings distribution

(9 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(57%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(29%)
Good, but non-essential (0%)
Collectors/fans only (14%)
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SATANIQUE SAMBA TRIO Bad Trip Simulator #2 reviews

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Review by siLLy puPPy
COLLABORATOR PSIKE, JR/F/Canterbury & Eclectic Teams
4 stars The interesting thing about this Brazilian band's music is that it so successfully manages to NOT sound like anything else. They have taken their avant-garde sound to an arena that I have never experienced before and although that probably sounds like enough to scare off the musically unadventurous, this is not just random noise. This band has structure and patterns that do repeat although most often not.

SATANIQUE SAMBA TRIO is strange for many reasons. They are not particularly Satanic as far as I can gather. They are a quintet and although there is samba in this stew, they also incorporate jazz-fusion, bossa nova and rock. However none of these genres are instantly recognizable since they are all mangled together in such an extreme manner that this leaves you wondering if these guys have been licking rainforest frogs or something. You may or may not love this but you certainly won't leave thinking you've heard this all before.

The only thing that comes to mind when I hear this is what it would sound like if a chamber rock RIO band like Univers Zero decided to add all the above mentioned genres to the mix with a little electronics here and there and upped the tempo a bit with a lot more changes piled into their sound. That might come close but this band has carved out a musical niche that no one else has. The only question remains is will anyone follow. I did and i'm not sorry for it. If you love extremely unorthodox and challenging RIO fusion then you should check these guys out.

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5 stars So this is where my journey begins inside the Satanic world Munha Club (Club is just there for comic and irreverent effects - that can not escape a review of SS3, as well as a huge lenght of text in a parentheses). The First album of "Trilogy of Putrefacion", the sound of SS3 clearly changes with ... (read more)

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