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Violeta de Outono

Violeta de Outono
Violeta de Outono (Autumn Violet) is a Brazilian psychedelic / progressive rock band hailing from São Paulo, originally a post-punk band with some psychedelic elements, that gradually added more prog elements to their style.
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Violeta de Outono — Spaces Violeta de Outono — Spaces
(Voiceprint VPB136, 2016, CD)
Violeta de Outono — Espectro Violeta de Outono — Espectro
(Voiceprint VPB130, 2012, CD)
Violeta de Outono —  Theatro Municipal, São Paulo, 03​​.​​05​​.​​2009 Violeta de Outono — Theatro Municipal, São Paulo, 03​​.​​05​​.​​2009
(Voiceprint VPB132, 2009/2011, DVD)
Violeta de Outono — Volume 7 Violeta de Outono — Volume 7
(Rock Symphony RSLN123, 2007, CD)
Violeta de Outono — Ilhas Violeta de Outono — Ilhas
(Voiceprint VPB107, 2005, CD)
Violeta de Outono — Mulher na Montanha Violeta de Outono — Mulher na Montanha
(Voiceprint VPB101, 1999, CD)
Violeta de Outono — Live at Rio ArtRock Festival '97 Violeta de Outono — Live at Rio ArtRock Festival '97
(Rock Symphony RSLN 038, 1997, CD)
Violeta de Outono — Eclipse Violeta de Outono — Eclipse
(Record Runner RR-0100, 1995, CD)
Violeta de Outono — Em Toda Parte Violeta de Outono — Em Toda Parte
(Rock Symphony RSLN084, 1989/2018, CD)
Violeta de Outono — Violeta de Outono Violeta de Outono — Violeta de Outono
(Rock Symphony RSLN083, 1987/2017, CD)

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