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The Mutantes were more than just a rock'n'roll group. Founded by Arnaldo Baptista, Rita Lee and Sérgio Dias – and also Dinho Leme, Liminha and many other great musicians in their various formations – they were pure counterculture, both in content and form. Their albums made a difference and influenced generations all over the world. The story of each one of them is here in this "Discobiografia Mutante: Albums that Revolutionized Brazilian Music". The book is a gift from the journalist, biographer, singer and songwriter Chris Fuscaldo to the Brazilian music history and a trip through the spectacular work of Mutantes, combined with conjunctural aspects and unprecedented curiosities about the protagonists.
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About the Author
Researching, interviewing and writing about music since 1999, Chris Fuscaldo has worked at Extra and O Globo newspapers, in Rio de Janeiro, and on their respective websites. Graduated in Journalism and Literature - with a Master's degree in Literature, Culture and Contemporaneity - since 2003, she has collaborated on several magazines of the country, among them MTV, Rolling Stone (the Brazilian edition) and UBC (Brazilian Union of Composers). Today, in addition to editing the blog GarotaFM on her website, she produces releases for record companies, festivals and independent musicians and writes about artists and musical movements for various journalistic and literary projects. In 2015, she was responsible for researching the book Rock in Rio 30 Anos. In 2016, she published Discobiografia Legionária by LeYa publisher, a book which tells the stories of the recordings of the albums of the band Legião Urbana. In 2017, she debuted as a singer and songwriter with the album Mundo Ficção. In 2018, she signed the contents of the book La Mole: O importante é Acreditar about the network of restaurants in Rio de Janeiro, and dreamt of writing the story of the albums of her favorite band. FIn 2021, she published Viver é Melhor que Sonhar: Os últimos Caminhos de Belchior, about the exhile of the Brazilian singer and songwriter Belchior.