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O Dia Em Que A Terra Parou
O Dia em que a Terra Parou is the fifth solo studio album by the Brazilian musician Raul Seixas. It was released in 1977 by the newly founded record label WEA.
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Gita is the second solo studio album by Brazilian musician Raul Seixas. It was released in 1974, shortly after he returned to Brazil. Gita is one of Raul's more critically acclaimed albums, selling more than 600,000 copies and receiving a Gold Certification by ABPD.
The album shares its name with the religious Hindu epic poem Bhagavad Gita. The eponymous track also references the Bhagavad Gita heavily. It was voted by the Brazilian edition of Rolling Stone to be the 72nd greatest Brazilian song.
Krig-ha, Bandolo! is the first solo album by the Brazilian singer Raul Seixas. It was released in 1973.
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Novo Aeon is the third solo studio album by the Brazilian musician Raul Seixas. It was released in 1975. Most of the album's tracks were heavily influenced by the work of Aleister Crowley and other occultists, with the major example being the title track. Not as successful as Seixas' previous album, Gita, it was a sales failure. However, it contains some of his most famous songs, such as "Tente Outra Vez", "Rock do Diabo" and "A Maçã".
In 2007, the Brazilian version of the magazine Rolling Stone chose Novo Aeon as the 53rd most revolutionary Brazilian album of all time.
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