Zenith – Zenith [1988]

FEWRFGERGCountry Brazil          

Style Hard Rock

Profile 77/100

Band Members Rogério – vocals, Zuza – keyboards, Dé – guitars, Taná – bass, Miltão – drums

Tracks 01. Dama da Escuridão, 02. Doce Mãe, 03. Estrelas Foscas, 04. Asas, 05. Spotlights, 06. Dia a Dia, 07. Muros, 08. Curvas de um Rio

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Profile Zenith is another hard rock band scored one album with great songs and quality but never made the big step. Coming from Mogi Guaçu, Sao Paulo they released their self titled album in 1988 before disbanding with a minor success in the late 80s especially in Campinas, but never got much more than that. Their album contain eight well written solid tracks, well produced, keyboard flavor, powerful drums, cranchy riffs, harmony vocals and some really catchy choruses and and lyrics all in Portuguese. Highlights here are definetely the opening “Dama da Escuridão” with a strong chorus and keyboards overall, the rockin’ “Muros” with an incedible melody and harmony vocals and the radio friendly “Asas”. A hard to find album and one of the best coming from Brazil…


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