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1. Brasil Pandeiro
2. Preta Pretinha
3. Tinindo Trincando
4. Swing de Campo Grande
5. Acabou Chorar
6. Mistério Do Planeta
7. a Menina Dança
8. Besta É Tu
9. Um Bilhete P'ra Didi
10. Preta Pretinha

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Acabou Chorare (No More Crying in English) is the second studio album by Brazilian rock and MPB group Novos Baianos. The album was released in 1972 by Som Livre, following the group's moderately successful debut É Ferro na Boneca (1970). During the recording of the album, the group took inspiration from various contemporary artists of the time, such as Jimi Hendrix, Joao Gilberto, and Assis Valente. In addition, Gilberto heavily influenced the sound of the album, as he served as the group's mentor during the album's recording sessions.The album was written and recorded as a response to contemporary Brazilian music of the 1970s, which often dealt with melancholic subject matters (due in part to the ongoing military dictatorship of the time period). The album imparts a diverse blend of musical genres and is noted for it's creative mixture of samba and rock music.