The 1980s are attributed to popularization and the true "explosion" of rock in Brazil, initially with the emergence of bands like Titãs and Paralamas do Sucesso remain active until today, making presentations all over the country. Other groups and artists of the time, such as Engenheiros do Hawaii and Legião Urbana, were immortalized and play on the radio until today, due to the great success among the public, mainly adolescents and young people.
The most popular bands of the time form a Sacred Quartet. Among them are "The Paralamas do Sucesso", originating in Rio de Janeiro, had met before in Brasilia and began playing in the garage of one of the members. The Paulistanos of the "Titãs", initially formed by nine members and influenced by new wave and MPB. The cariocas of the "Red Baron", arisen in 1982 and led by Cazuza and Roberto Frejat. And the most influential, "Legião Urbana", led by Renato Russo and emplacando countless hits that have reached the top of the radios. In a short time, Cazuza and Renato came to be considered the main lyricists in the history of Brazilian rock. There were also other groups that were marked by the great success they did at the time, such as the bands Siempre Livre, Hanoi Hanoi, Metrô, Magazine (led by Kid Vinil), Zero, Heroes of the Resistance (led by Leoni, former Kid Bee) False Picassos, On and Off, Egotrip, Tokyo, group that revealed Supla and Hojerizah, the latter would be undone and in the 1990s, vocalist Toni Plato would start a solo career. Singers Kiko Zambianchi, Celso Blues Boy and Fausto Fawcett also emerged in the 1980s. Embark on this time travel with Radio Rock 80 Brasil and remember a time when rock'n'roll prevailed in the Brazilian Success Parades.