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Amor Louco "Amor Louco" is characterized for the diminished "scuzzy" post-punk-esque instrumentation, instead adopting a more light-hearted style reminiscent of samba rock, "bossa nova" and MPB. It is also their first album to feature lyrics written in English, them being "Chico Buarque Song" and "Love Till the Morning".
Amor Louco The track "LSD" narrates an experience frontman Cadão Volpato had when he used lysergic acid diethylamide.
Amor Louco Amor Louco (Portuguese for "Mad Love") is the fourth studio album by Brazilian post-punk band Fellini. It was released in February 15, 1990 by now-defunct independent record label Wop-Bop Records and re-released in CD form in 2001 by another independent label, RDS. It was originally Fellini's last album, due to their break-up in the following year; however, they reunited in 2001 and released another album, "Amanhã É Tarde". After his absence from the previous album, Jair Marcos returned as the guitarist, thus having Fellini's original line-up once more.
Louco por Elas The third season premiered on January 22, 2013 and ended on June 25, 2013.
Louco por Elas Meanwhile Leo’s patience and sanity is put to test as he tries to deal with the many different women in his life, not to mention their contrasting problems and erratic behaviors. Caught in the middle of a parade of anxious soccer players, wacky family members, and potential girlfriends who come his way, Leo would have it no other way. In a comical attempt to satisfy their every whim, he renders an inside look at the souls of the women he adores in Crazy About Them.
Louco Amor (1983 telenovela) Louco Amor is a Brazilian telenovela produced and broadcast by Rede Globo. It premiered on 11 April 1983 and ended on 21 October 1983, with a total of 167 episodes. It's the thirtieth "novela das oito" to be aired on the timeslot. It is created and written by Gilberto Braga and directed by Wolf Maya.
Louco por Elas Leo (Eduardo Moscovis) is a beach soccer coach of an all-girl team who lives amid women. He lives in a big house with his lighthearted grandmother Violeta (Glória Menezes, witty teenage ex-stepdaughter Barbara (Luisa Arraes), and precocious daughter Theodora (Laura Barreto). Violeta’s nutty attitude and open way of speaking keeps everyone in high spirits. She also manages to stage some of her wackiness whenever she finds it necessary in order to get her way. Theodora, the youngest member of the house, absolutely adores her grandmother and is the one who relates the most to her dreamy world. She is also very intelligent and constantly renders unexpected bold comments to everyone. Barbara’s sweet nature isn’t totally eclipsed by her typical teenage moodiness.
Louco por Elas Leo is not only her soccer coach but also her father figure. She ended up living with him instead of with her mother Giovanna (Deborah Secco), but she never loses a chance to pick an argument with her ex-stepfather. As if dealing with all these women under the same roof weren’t enough, Leo’s ex-wife Giovanna is always around to stir things up. They decided to go their separate ways but hardly succeed in staying away from each other, since they are still in love and both daughters live with him. Giovanna is content with her thriving career as an author but suffers from the occasional guilt of having to juggle it with her role as a dedicated mother. Giovanna and Leo have an unresolved romantic issue between them that accounts for lots of jealousy and hilarious misconduct when it comes to each other’s dating life.
O Realizador está Louco O Realizador está Louco is Adelaide Ferreira's third album.
Louco por Elas Louco por Elas (English: "Crazy About Them") is a Brazilian television sitcom that premiered on Rede Globo in March 13, 2012. It stars Eduardo Moscovis, Deborah Secco, Glória Menezes, Laura Barreto, and Luisa Arraes. The second season aired between October 30, 2012 and December 18, 2012 with 8 episodes produced.