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MTV Ao Vivo (Skank album)

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MTV Ao Vivo (Skank album)

Genre Alternative rock, reggae
Label SonyBMG
Skank chronology

Maquinarama (2000) Skank MTV ao vivo
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Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Skank MTV ao vivo is the first live album by Skank, recorded in Ouro Preto and released in 2001. The album sold 600,000 copies.[2]

It contains a Spanish version for The Police's "Wrapped Around Your Finger" and a Portuguese version for Bob Dylan's "I Want You".

Track listing

No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "É Uma Partida de Futebol"  Nando Reis, Samuel Rosa 3:27
2. "Esmola"  Chico Amaral, Samuel Rosa 2:43
3. "Pacato Cidadão"  Chico Amaral, Samuel Rosa 3:49
4. "Jackie Tequila"  Chico Amaral, Samuel Rosa 4:59
5. "Acima Do Sol"  Chico Amaral, Samuel Rosa 4:06
6. "Balada Do Amor Inabalável"  Fausto Fawcett, Samuel Rosa 3:45
7. "Três Lados"  Chico Amaral, Samuel Rosa 3:50
8. "Tão Seu"  Chico Amaral, Samuel Rosa 4:42
9. "Saideira"  Rodrigo F. Leão, Samuel Rosa 3:26
10. "Resposta"  Nando Reis, Samuel Rosa 3:44
11. "Te Ver"  Chico Amaral, Samuel Rosa, Lelo Zanetti 3:40
12. "Estare Prendido en Tus Dedos (Wrapped Around Your Finger)"  Chico Amaral, Gordon Sumner 4:13
13. "Tanto (I Want You)"  Chico Amaral, Bob Dylan 3:51
14. "Canção Noturna"  Chico Amaral, Lelo Zanetti 3:56
15. "Ali"  Nando Reis, Samuel Rosa 5:00
16. "Garota Nacional"  Chico Amaral, Samuel Rosa 3:51
17. "É Proibido Fumar"  Roberto Carlos, Erasmo Carlos 3:58
Total length:


  • Samuel Rosa - lead vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Henrique Portugal - keyboards, guitar, backing vocals
  • Lelo Zanetti - bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Haroldo Ferretti - drums
  • Jorge Continentino – saxophone
  • Paulo Márcio – trumpet
  • Wagner Mayer – trombone
  • Ramiro Musotto – percussion
  • Chico Amaral – acoustic guitar


  • Producers: Skank and Liminha
  • Executive producers: Adilton Tokita and Cris Lobo
  • Recording technician: Roberto Marques
  • Mastering technician: Ricardo Garcia
  • Project coordination: Bruno Batista and Ann Butler
  • Art supervision: Carla Framback
  • Art direction: Ronaldo Viana
  • Photography: Marcos Hermes


  • Discos do Brasil [1]
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