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A Festa dos Micos
João Penca e Seus Miquinhos Amestrados
Surf music, New wave, Comedy rock
Sucesso do Inconsciente, Okay My Gay, Os Maiores Sucessos de João, Rival Factions, Non homologué
Cem Anos de Rock n' Roll (Portuguese for "One Hundred Years of Rock n' Roll") is the fifth and last studio album by Brazilian new wave band João Penca e Seus Miquinhos Amestrados. It was released in 1990 by Eldorado.
The track "Suga-Suga" would be included in the soundtrack of the telenovela Vamp one year later.
"O Escorpião Escarlate" was originally featured in the soundtrack of the eponymous 1990 film, in which João Penca also made a cameo.
Lulu Santos, in his second collaboration with João Penca, provides guitars for the short instrumental piece "Morceau".
Every João Penca album features Portuguese-language covers/parodies of old 1940s/1950s rock and roll/rockabilly and 1960s surf music songs."Papa Uma-ma"
A parody of The Rivingtons' "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow"."O Monstro"
A parody of The Contours' "Do You Love Me"."Viver, Sonhar"
A version of Jerry Butler's "For Your Precious Love".João Penca e Seus Miquinhos Amestrados
Selvagem Big Abreu (Sérgio Ricardo Abreu) — vocals, electric guitar
Avellar Love (Luís Carlos de Avellar Júnior) — vocals, bass
Bob Gallo (Marcelo Ferreira Knudsen) — vocals, drums
Lulu Santos — guitars in "Morceau"
1Papa Uma-ma2:13Cem Anos de Rock n' Roll Wikipedia
2Ma Beibe - Beibe3:11
3O Guitarrista Romântico1:10