RPM ("Revoluções por Minuto", Revolutions per minute in Brazilian portuguese) is a Brazilian pop rock band. It was started in 1983 by singer/bassist Paulo Ricardo, keyboardist Luiz Schiavon, guitarist Fernando Deluqui and drummer Paulo Antônio "P.A." Pagni.
RPM played soft techno-pop with strong, paradoxical influences of Progressive rock and European Synthpop. Their lyrics were pessimistic, ironic and full of literary (Arthur Rimbaud, Surrealism and books like Christiane F.) and political references with a strong leftist tone.
The band was very successful in the mid-1980s, being considered the Rolling Stones of Brazil: the live album Rádio Pirata ao vivo was the best-selling ever recorded in Brazil with more than 2.2 million copies sold. Its success did not limit itself to CD sales: RPM starred a phenomenon that was compared with the Beatlemania, with ravenous fans that filled the stadia, stopped traffic, evaded security, and bought all products that wereЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Brilhantes [альбом]
- Revoluções por minuto [05.1985, альбом]
- Rádio pirata ao vivo 
- MTV 2002 [05.05.2002]
- Grandes Sucessos [2001, сборник]
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