Arnaldo Said

  • "Arnaldo" is Arnaldo Baptista of Os Mutantes, a psychedelic Brazlian band from the '60s. Darian Sahanaja wrote this song as a tribute to the band. Some fans claim to hear a sample from Mutantes' song "Algo Mais" embedded in the backing. >>
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    Sean - Chicago, IL

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