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When the members of the legendary "Tropicalia" band Os Mutantes took the stage before an audience of thousands at the Hollywood bowl a few years back, it seemed one of the greatest secrets in modern music was finally out. The seminal band whose ethereal absurdist pop music had inspired so many prominent musicians since their breakup decades before, were back. This time the world ... Read more in Amazon's Os Mutantes Store

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  • Vinyl (February 9, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hi Horse Records
  • ASIN: B002WY66IW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #335,888 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Less psychedelic fourth album released in 1971 from Brazilian band.

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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Suprematist Juggernaut on November 7, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Jardim elétrico (eletric garden) is the masterpiece from the greatest brazilian rock band of all times.

At that time they were entirely rock n' roll, they were no longer in the shadow of the Topicalia movement. But their music goes beyond the labels.

They were already a quintet and you can realize that the band was very tight.

Top Top - a very groovy, get into the beat song, something like i hope you f* yourself, cause i don't care.

Benvinda - a hommage to a famous brazilian soul pop singer.

Technicolor - Psychedelic ballad, a la Beatles, very beatiful, great, acoustic guitar.

It's very nice pra xuxu (It's very nice a lot)- J. joplin ballad style, very funny. When you make love to a girl and you just don't have anything smart to say.

El justiciero - a song in a spanish style (satirical like almost everything)with non sense spanish (?) lyrics.

Portugal de Navio (Portugal by ship) - Once again a hidden curseword of dirty expression, something like telling someone to k* your a*. a very nice smooth rock tune.

Virginia - a ballad like Beatles, very pretty.

Jardim Eletrico (eletric garden) - pure and basic Rock n' roll with some keyboards pretty much like Mountain or Deep Purple stuff.

Lady lady - Another nice ballad, this one, a little bit sadder than the rest, Nice flute duet with guitar at the end.

Saravá - a african religious salutation, but, once again, not to be taken seriously. Pure basic Rock n' roll tune.

Baby - this one really sucks! an english version of a poor song from a brzilian composer from Tropicalia.

Great album, just buy and have a nice trip.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Fernando Fonseca on February 3, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I was very young when I first listened the funky "Top Top" on a radio from Rio de Janeiro. The only Brazilian rock band which had their songs playing as much as the Rolling Stones or Beatles. To foreign fans, the special interest on this album are some songs recorded at Polydor Studios, at London, two of both with lyrics in English: "Baby", the tropicalist song from Caetano Veloso, and the lysergic "Tecnicolor". "Portugal de Navio" is one of my favorities, for Arnaldo Baptista's keyboards and vocals, besides the bluesy harmonica solo. "Virginia" was recorded at London, too, and sounds as melodious as any Beatles songs. The last remarkable song to me, but not the least, is "El Justiciero", and its superb Spanish-styled guitar solo by Sergio Dias. As a plus, the front cover remind us the spirit of those times...
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 9, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I was led to believe that this album starts the decline of Mutantes. Who the fool was, I wish I could remember. If only to know never to listen to them again. This is another great chapter for the amazing MUTANTES. Rogerio Duprat is in great form. His arranging is definitely the finest in rock and roll. Still as weird and wild as the earlier albums. No disappointment here!
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Mutantes e Seus Cometas no Pais do Baurets, the fifth album, and Haih ou Amortecedor, the album that came out in 2009, are definitely worth getting. And if live albums are your bag, Os Mutantes Live at the Barbican is also worth getting. Everything else is really just for fanatics and completists... Read More
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