CASABLANCA





In fact Casablanca have been around since 1982 but as ValiumWith the replacement of original drummer Rui Pereira for Rui Dâmaso (ex-Trains in a Station) and a new philosophy of band they decided at the end of 1988 to changed the name to Casablanca. The group entered the studio in October 1988 and rewrite two tracks of the time of Valium: "Perfeição" and "Tanto", these would be the business card to Casablanca, a sound in a more commercial vein, Hard FM. The first concert took place on June 11th 1989 in Amadora, Lisbon. During 1989 the band recorded another demo, with the songs "Perfeição", "Lá Te Vejo", "E Que Mais é Que Eu Faria" and "Tanto". A year later they decided to record on their own their first debut vinyl. A long wait of seven years ending with the release of the album "Tanto" in 1990, whose distribution was given to the fan-club Heavy Metal Zombies Paranoid. The 8 track LP was produced by Manuel Cardoso at the Angel Studios. Luís Cascais replaced Paulo Silva. In May 1993 the single "Do Que Passou, Nada Ficou?" was released. Tó-Zé Alho vocals and Caio Oliveira drums joined the Figueira brothers.




DISCOG
demo tape "Demo ´88" ©10.1988



demo tape "Demo ´89" ©1989



lp "Tanto" ©1990 self released/ ditributed through H.M.Z.P.



7" single "Do Que Passou, Nada Ficou" ©1993 self released



cd "Sands of Wasted Time" ©1996 Independent Records/ Polygram



cd "Another Day" ©1999 self released



cd "Once Upon a Wsted Time" ©2002 self released





video
"E Que Mais é Que Eu Faria" live 2nd Nazaré Metal Festival, August 17th 1991




MEMORABILIA 
   
ticket "Diz Sim á Vida Festival" July 14th 1991
ticket 2nd Nazaré Metal Festival, August 17th 1991



1 comment:

  1. Vivam os irmãos Brothers!! AMADORAAAAA

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