This guy named Jack Arade-Parede, along with Gare Rama, joined the Edinburg Samba School around 1994-95. Some people in this world are not satisfied with only having an ecletic musical taste: they decided to bring together samba (tradicional brazilian beat) and punk rock. Sometime in the middle of that, there was a trip to Brazil. There they discovered the "manguebeat", a brazilian musical movement that mixes tradicional brazilian beats (mainly maracatu) with modern stuff, like rock and hip hop. They felt home.
Their first album is dedicated to Chico Science (1967-1997), lead singer of one of the most expressive manguebeat bands, Chico Science & Nação Zumbi (he died in a stupid car crash). According to their website, the brazilian carnival made other important contribution to what Bloco Vomit now is: cross-dressing. Official Site Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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