RPM

RPM is a Brazilian pop rock band. It was formed in 1983 by singer/bassist Paulo Ricardo, keyboardist Luiz Schiavon, guitarist Fernando Deluqui and drummer Paulo Antônio "P.A." Pagni.
RPM played soft techno-pop with strong, paradoxical influences from progressive rock and European synthpop. Their lyrics were pessimistic and ironic, and full of literary allusions to the likes of Arthur Rimbaud, Surrealism and Christiane F., and political references.
The band was very successful in the mid-1980s, being considered the Rolling Stones of Brazil. Their live album Rádio Pirata ao vivo was the best-selling Brazilian record ever, with more than 3 million copies sold. The group's success was not limited to CD sales. RPM starred a phenomenon that was compared to Beatlemania, with enthusiastic fans filling stadiums, stopping traffic, evading security, and buying any products with the RPM brand.
After two years the band took a break, but returned in 1988 with the album 4 Coiotes. It had a mix of progressive, jazz and dark sounds, and sold more than 300,000 copies – a good number, but far from what was expected.

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Rádio Pirata (Ao Vivo)Revolução! RPM 25 Anos7:37
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GitaRevolução! RPM 25 Anos5:57
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A Dália NegraRevolução! RPM 25 Anos2:50
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Estação do InfernoRadio Pirata Ao Vivo3:22
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Sob a Luz do SolRevoluções por Minuto3:44
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Revoluções por MinutoSeleção Essencial - Grandes Sucessos - RPM3:18
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A Cruz e a EspadaSeleção Essencial - Grandes Sucessos - RPM3:10
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Ponto de FugaMaxximum - RPM3:05
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London, London (Ao Vivo)Maxximum - RPM4:41
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Flores Astrais (Ao Vivo)Seleção Essencial - Grandes Sucessos - RPM3:34
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