RPM – MTV Ao Vivo (2002)
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- play_circle_outlineRevoluções Por Minuto
- play_circle_outlineAlvorada Voraz
- play_circle_outlineSete Mares
- play_circle_outlineLiberdade/Guerra Fria
- play_circle_outlineLondon, London
- play_circle_outlineA Cruz e a Espada
- play_circle_outlineVem pra Mim
- play_circle_outlineCarbono 14
- play_circle_outlineSob a Luz do Sol
- play_circle_outlineLouras Geladas
- play_circle_outlineRádio Pirata
- play_circle_outlineVida Real
- play_circle_outlineOlhar 43
- play_circle_outlineOnde está o meu amor?
MTV RPM 2002 is a live album and the only DVD by Brazilian rock and roll band RPM, released in 2002 and bringing back its classical formation.
Recorded at Procópio Ferreira Theater (São Paulo, Brazil), in 26 and 27 March 2002, the album features greatest hits, like “Revoluções Por Minuto”, “Alvorada Voraz”, “Rádio Pirata”, “Sete Mares” and “Louras Geladas”, as well as unreleased songs: “Carbono 14”, “Rainha”, “Vem Pra Mim” (by Herbert Vianna) and “Onde está o meu amor?”, recorded in studio and included on the Esperança’s original soundtrack, from Rede Globo.
The album features Roberto Frejat as a guest, at the song “Exagerado”, by Cazuza. Another guest performer is Renato Russo, which voice was inserted (Renato Russo passed away on 1996) on the acoustic version of “A Cruz e a Espada”.
The DVD version still features one more song: the instrumental “Naja”, which had the guest performance of Brazilian singer and percussionist Otto. An i-clip of “Onde Está o Meu Amor?” was included, made with pictures of the show and an interview with the band.