Raul Seixas – Novo Aeon (1975)
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- play_circle_outlineTente Outra Vez
- play_circle_outlineRock Do Diabo
- play_circle_outlineA Maçã
- play_circle_outlineEu Sou Egoísta
- play_circle_outlineTu és O MDC da minha vida
- play_circle_outlineA Verdade Sobre A Nostalgia
- play_circle_outlinePara Nóia
- play_circle_outlinePeixuxa (O Amiguinho Dos Peixes)
- play_circle_outlineé fim de mês
- play_circle_outlineCaminho II
- play_circle_outlineNovo Aeon
Novo Aeon (Portuguese for New Aeon) is the third studio solo album by Brazilian musician Raul Seixas. It was released in 1975. Most of this album’s tracks were heavily influenced by the work of Aleister Crowley and other occultist works, with the major example being the title track. Not as successful as Raul’s previous album, it was a sales’ failure. However, it contains some of Raul’s 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.
Raul Santos Seixas (28 June 1945 – 21 August 1989) was a Brazilian rock composer, singer, songwriter and producer. He is sometimes called the "Father of Brazilian Rock" and "Maluco Beleza", the last one roughly translated as "Nice Nutcase". He was more...