RPM (3)

Revoluções Por Minuto

Also known as R.P.M., RPM
Members of RPM (3): Charles Gavin, Fernando Deluqui, Luiz Schiavon, Paulo Pagni, Paulo Ricardo
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/RPM_(banda), http://www.rpm.art.br/

Discography of RPM (3):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Grandes Sucessos 16 Audio Epic
2 Revoluções Por Minuto 11 Audio 1985 Epic
3 Rádio Pirata Ao Vivo 9 Audio 1986 Epic
4 Louras Geladas (Re-Mix) 3 Audio 1985 Discos CBS
5 Naja 2 Audio 1986 Discos CBS
6 Rádio Pirata (Re-Mix) 2 Audio 1985 Discos CBS
7 London, London 2 Audio 1986 CBS
8 Olhar 43 (Re-Mix) / A Cruz E A Espada 2 Audio 1985 Discos CBS
9 A Cruz E A Espada (Re-Mix) 2 Audio 1986 Discos CBS
10 Brilhantes 14 Audio 1996 Epic
11 MTv RPM 2002 18 Audio 2002 Universal Music
12 Rádio Pirata Ao Vivo 9 Audio 1999
13 Revoluções Por Minuto 11 Audio 1995 Epic
14 Loiras Geladas / Revoluções Por Minuto 2 Audio 1984 Epic
15 Revolução! - RPM 25 Anos 64 Audio 2008
16 Homo Sapiens / Feito Nós 2 Audio 1987 Epic
17 Léo Jaime & RPM 18 Audio 1995 Columbia
18 Rádio Pirata Ao Vivo 9 Audio 1986 Discos CBS
19 Quatro Coiotes 2 Audio 1988 Epic
20 Paulo Ricardo & RPM 12 Audio 1994 Rodven Discos
21 Revoluções Por Minuto 11 Audio 1987 Discos CBS International
22 Pérola 2 Audio 1993 PolyGram Discos
23 Alvorada Voraz 2 Audio 1986 CBS
24 MTV RPM 2002 22 Audio 2002 Universal Music
25 Radio Pirata En Vivo 10 Audio 1986 CBS
26 Maxximum 16 Audio 2005 Sony BMG
27 Rádio Pirata Ao Vivo 9 Audio 1986 Epic
28 Rádio Pirata Ao Vivo 9 Audio 1986 Epic


Revolutions Per Minute (also known only by RPM) is a group of Brazilian rock emerged in 1983 and was one of the most popular in the years 1984 to 1987. Formed by Paulo Ricardo, Luiz Schiavon, Fernando Deluqui and Paulo P.A. Pagni. It was one of the most successful in the history of Brazilian music. In the second half of 80 years, managed to beat all the records sold well from the Brazilian music industry. The supposed critical and cultural background of the lyricist Paulo Ricardo was a selling point in marketing the band's albums. The band has sold over 5 million albums in his career. They formed again in 2011.


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