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mutant

n. a total jerk; a social outcast. (Also a term of address.) Sam, you act like such a mutant!
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If you watch Mutantes on TV, you don't know that it's a telenovela," said TV Record's Delmar Andrade, "You might just think it's a series with really sophisticated special effects.
There they hooked up with the Os Mutantes and the vanguard erudite composers Rogerio Duprat and Julio Medaglia.
Essas sao as caracteristicas de marcas mutantes, uma pratica comunicacional contemporanea: aberta, inovadora, artistica, indeterminada, subjetiva, um jogo de ecletismos.
Saturday, July 28: Os Mutantes meet JD Twitch (Optimo); Bonde Do Role meets Radioclit/Amanda Blank, Diplo.
Flying saucer or no flying saucer, the Flaming Lips' performance as part of KCRW's World Festival, with Thievery Corporation and Os Mutantes, promises to be as cosmic as its widely praised ``At War With the Mystics.
Highlights include Helio Oiticica's seminal environment Eden, 1969, and television footage from 1968 of Os Mutantes singing in plastic suits.
This was a couple of years before he would spearhead the avant-garde musica nova movement, and it was seven years before his involvement with Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, Tom Ze, and the rock band Mutantes as the musical arranger for the seminal album Tropicalia, ou panis et circensis (Polydor LPNG 44.
As vaias recebidas por Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil e os Mutantes nos festivais da TV Record sao resposta da tradicao ao novo, a mesma resistencia sofrida pelo Bandido da Luz Vermelha.
o spraw comunicacional tem sentidos multiplos e multi-sequenciais que o enxertam a novas tecnologias e novos sincretismos atraves de mutantes panoramas urbanos e criatividades antropofagicas que remastigam estilos, cruzam varios codigos, regeneram todos os olhares (idem).
We already knew about Os Mutantes, Brazil's seriously warped psych pioneers of the late '60s.
4 TROPICAL TRUTH: A STORY OF MUSIC & REVOLUTION IN BRAZIL (KNOPF, 2002) Caetano Veloso's memoir, written in 1997 and now translated into English, sent me on a wild buying spree-gobbling up countless albums by the great Brazilian musician as well as by Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, Jorge Ben, Tom Ze, Os Mutantes, Chico Buarque, and Luciano Perrone.
Gilberto Gil, Caetano Veloso, Gal Costa and the rock band Os Mutantes combined Brazil's own folk and Samba with whatever they fancied from the West - anything from rock'n' roll to psychedelia and r'n'b.