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2—it presents the Brazilian funk master in a slightly more tender and lighthearted state of mind than its forbear does, and is an impressive document of his range and versatility. 2 is a veritable slab of unconventional R&B moods: “Paz Interior” is a bubbly borderline-disco ballad that gives way to “O Caminho Do Bem,” a dusky funk number with a slithering bass line that stands out as the album’s most infectious earworm.

Latin percussion like bells and congas fit neatly into some moments that almost feel inspired by George Clinton, with closer “Imunizicao Racional” going so far as to include a fuzzed-out, feedback laden guitar solo.

If you are hungry for more peanut-butter and jelly sandwiches (yesss!

), please join us tonight as Delicate …Read Everything… Luaka Bop has been around 25 years, which in record label time feels weird.

Several younger boys idolize the trio, and one, Li'l Dice (Dadinho), convinces them to hold up a motel and rob its occupants.

The gang resolves not to kill anyone and tells Li'l Dice to serve as lookout.

2 is a joy of a record that stands alongside anything Marvin Gaye or Sly Stone ever put to wax, and will hopefully, someday soon, be regarded as such by Maia’s own neighbors to the north. Jones is a comic book writer, pop culture essayist, and recovering addict and alcoholic living in Austin, TX.

He currently writes for Loser City as well as Comics Bulletin and has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators for his minicomic Written in the Bones (illustrated by Carey Pietsch).

Inconsequently while the apartment raid, Rocket is visiting the apartment to get some drugs off Blacky (who is a old classmate of Rocket's) and is caught in the middle of the raid.

A flashback traces Rocket, the narrator, back to the late 1960s.

In the 1960s, the favela is a newly built housing project far from the centre of Rio de Janeiro, with little access to electricity and water.

1 & 2 are the albums that tend to get the most traction internationally.

And while the heads tend to go for Vol 1., I’ve always been more partial to Vol.

Thanks to everyone that joined us last night as we celebrated 25 years with a special performance by Janka Nabay and Sleep Doug Shaw at Mmuseumm.