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Pato Fu

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Pato Fu is a Brazilian indie rock band that originated in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, in 1992. The band was founded by Fernanda Takai (vocals and guitar), John Ulhoa (guitar and production), and Ricardo Koctus (bass). They quickly became known for their unique sound that blends rock with electronic elements and various other genres. Their debut album, Rotomusic de Liquidificapum, released in 1993, introduced their eclectic style to the Brazilian music scene. The follow-up album, Gol de Quem? in 1995, included tracks that gained them national attention. By the release of Televisão de Cachorro in 1999, Pato Fu had established themselves with hits like "Antes Que Seja Tarde," solidifying their place in Brazilian rock. In 2001, they released Ruído Rosa, which received critical acclaim and featured a notable cover of Os Mutantes' "Ando Meio Desligado." This album further highlighted their innovative approach to music. Continuing their streak, Toda Cura para Todo Mal came out in 2005, followed by Daqui Pro Futuro in 2007, each contributing to their reputation for creativity and originality. One of their most distinctive projects, Música de Brinquedo (2010), showcased the band's playful side by performing covers of classic songs with toy instruments. Featuring songs like  "Live And Let Die" and "Rock And Roll Lullaby," the album illustrated Pato Fu's ability to continually reinvent themselves while maintaining their unique sound. A live DVD titled Música de Brinquedo Ao Vivo came out in 2o11. In 2015, their 10th album Não Pare Pra Pensar (2014) received a nomination for Best Brazilian Rock Album at the Latin Grammy Awards.