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Os Mutantes: Everything Is Possible

Futuristic to the past, the wacky sonic brew that is Os Mutantes, Everything Is Possible (Luaka Bop 47251; 49:25) is undoubtedly one of the odder entries into the world music bins, if it, in fact, belongs there at all. It’s true, this quirky Brazilian answer to psychedelia sounds perfectly in tune with the renewed interest in the late ’60s atmosphere that gave rise to the Tropicalia of Tom Ze, Caetano Veloso, et al., as well as a ’60s-fixated “shagadelic” condition in general.

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