3 LUGARES DIFERENTES by Fellini, released 07 March 1987 1. Ambos Mundos 2. Rosas 3. La Paz Song 4. Teu Inglês 5. Zum Zum Zum Zazoeira 6. Pai 7. Valsa de la Revolución 8. Massacres da Coletivização 9. Rio-Bahia/Lavorare Stanca 10. Onde o Sol Se Esconde 11. Zum Zum Zum Zazoeira (live bonus track) 12. Ambos Mundos (live bonus track) Third album by Fellini, released 1987 by Baratos Afins, São Paulo - SP, Brazil.
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3 Lugares Diferentes (Portuguese for 3 Different Places) is the third studio album by Brazilian post-punk band Fellini. It was released in 1987, and was their last album to be released under the Baratos Afins imprint. Fans (and as well as Cadão Volpato himself) consider this to be Fellini's best album Although Ricardo Salvagni returned to Fellini in this album (both him and guitarist Jair Marcos were absent from the band during the recording of the previous album), Jair Marcos did not, and thus was te. .
It would be followed by 1986's Fellini Só Vive 2 Vezes, 1987's 3 Lugares Diferentes (which Cadão Volpato considers to be Fellini's finest album, and was also their last release via Baratos Afins) and 1990's Amor Louco. However, the band broke up in the same year, with Cadão Volpato alleging that he was tired of so much performances and wanted to give more emphasis on his "intellectual pretensions" In 1992, Cadão.
3 Lugares Diferentes (Portuguese for 3 Diﬀerent Places), Ricardo Salvagni - keyboards is the third studio album by Brazilian post-punk band Fellini. It was released in 1987, and was their last al- Additional personnel bum to be released under the Baratos Aﬁns imprint. Fans (and as well as Cadão Volpato himself) consider this to be, Tancred Pappon - guitar Fellini’s best album. It was also re-released in CD form in 1995 (like the two previous Fellini albums).