But in 1981, when the band recorded their 1st LP 'GUERRA CIVIL', the line-up was again almost the original, with Paulo Malária on keyboards, Helio 'Scubi' Jenné and Fernando 'Samuca' Sá on guitars, Guto Rolim on bass and Zeca Pereira on drums, plus guest musicians. At the end of that year Samuca left the group and, although 1982 would show other members, in 1983 the quartet Zeca-Guto-Scubi-Mala was again ACIDENTE, to record the 2nd LP 'FIM DO MUNDO', once more featuring guest stars. And still was this quartet who made the 7' 'PIOLHO' in 1985. In 2011 in order to celebrate the 30 years of its first album, Guerra Civil, released in 1981, ACIDENTE released ROCK, a compilation of the 30 tracks previously recorded in the first 3 albums. After this, environment for indie rock bands was harsher each time and in 1987 the original ACIDENTE disbanded.
All the 31 tracks left by OLD AÇA are garage rock and samelikes (blues, ballads etc.), without any trace of instrumental music or prog influences that would stand for NEW AÇA. As OLD AÇA was fading, keyboardist and producer Paulo Malária thought of quitting music at all. But when the group finally ceased to exist, he was alrteady playing with Nilopolis-based band THE LIRIOS and soon after with Jad Maroja's ESTADO INTERESSANTE. In these bands he met a lot of great musicians, among whose guitarist Zunga Ezzaet, bassist Jarbas Loop and drummers Bruno Mega and Mario Costa. So, in 1989, there was the quartet Jarbas-Bruno-Zunga-Mala, still nameless after many rehearsals, creating an instrumental, 70's prog-driven repertory.
Without opposition of Old Aça's members, the group was called ACIDENTE once more (from now on, NEW AÇA. They recorded the LP 'EM CASO DE ACIDENTE... QUEBRE ESTE DISCO', released December 1989 (dated 1990). Two years later, Bruno left the band, being replaced by Mario Costa, and ACIDENTE recorded its first CD, 'GLOOMLAND', released early 1994.
Another line-up switch followed: Jarbas turned gospel and Ary Menezes took the bass. It was the time of 'FARAWAYERS', the band's 1996 album. All these records had been released on Stolen Records, Mala's label. In 1999 Rock Symphony label's owner Leo Nahoum shown interest in releasing 'QUEBRE ESTE DISCO' on CD, and this happened the next year, the album enhanced by specially created bonus tracks (Expo Rock 2000 Supplement).
Zunga had departed by then. Good results brought a brand new production, this time labeled by a powerful partnership Rock Symphony - Musea Records (France), featuring new guitarist Renato Borges. In the lunch time, Renato-Ary-Mario-Malaria plus founder co-member Scubi Jenné called themselves PEGA VARETAS and recorded a nice CD ('MEU PAU DE SEBO', 2003), bringing back the rocking spirit of ACIDENTE's early days. As Renato decided to leave, the band is presently composing and rehearsing as a trio (Mario-Ary-Mala), attempting to release this new disc still in 2005. Read more on Last.fm.
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