Plastic Soda is the second studio album by the Brazilian musician Jupiter Apple, released on September 1, 1999 by independent label Trama. Unlike its predecessor, it is fully sung in English and mixes more elements of jazz and traditional Brazilian genres such as samba and bossa nova amid the psychedelia Jupiter Apple is known for. Marcelo Birck, who previously collaborated with the musician in A Sétima Efervescência, returns for this release
I declare romance in circunstances in which you and me have met It's 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Seven days a week I wish I'd get by And gently ask you to stay Love and Bossa Nova, Plastic Soda I'm sorry I'll refuse your drinks But I will take your dreams Away from Miss Aurora, dooby-doo-bah.
Please Don't Disturb. This song is by Jupiter Apple and appears on the album Plastic Soda (1999). C the keyPlease don't disturbIf you can read my mindI look the skyAnd kiss the starWhile I'm awaitingFor someone to loveI'm looking at these youngstersFriends in loveI like to look, I like to lookPlease don't disturb it anywayPlease don't disturb the music in your headIt's fuzzy bossaJust fuzzy bossa thereThe song that sounds so goodWhen you sing out o' key.
Júpiter Maçã - Plastic Soda 04:44. Júpiter Maçã - The True Love of the Spider 03:30. Júpiter Maçã - Over the Universe 05:13. Júpiter Maçã - Wasn't It 10:50.
Release group by Jupiter Apple. BR. Trama (Brazilian dance music label).
Plastic Soda is the second studio album by the Brazilian musician Jupiter Apple, released on September 1, 1999 by independent label Trama. Marcelo Birck, who previously collaborated with the musician in A Sétima Efervescência, returns for this release.