New York City - Brazilian Girls

New York City

Brazilian Girls

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2008-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 2008 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.


Title Artist Time
St. Petersburg Brazilian Girls 4:21 USD 1.29
Losing Myself Brazilian Girls 4:28 USD 1.29
Berlin Brazilian Girls 2:39 USD 1.29
Strangeboy Brazilian Girls 5:21 USD 1.29
Good Time Brazilian Girls 3:48 USD 1.29
Nouveau Americain Brazilian Girls 3:53 USD 1.29
L'Interprete Brazilian Girls 2:28 USD 1.29
Internacional Brazilian Girls 6:19 USD 1.29
Ricardo Brazilian Girls 4:01 USD 1.29
I Want Out Brazilian Girls 4:24 USD 1.29
Mano de Dios Brazilian Girls 4:23 USD 1.29
Perpetuo Mobile Brazilian Girls 4:59 USD 1.29
Good Time Brazilian Girls 3:00 USD 1.29


  • I was happily surprised...

    By mrcasc
    Following the widely praised self titled album, i was in all honesty quite disappointed by "New York City" initially. I mean seriously, I was comparing amazing songs like "Homme" and "Don't Stop" to the different/new sounds of this album. Let me point this IS different than their older stuff. But different...can...and IS good! I fell in love with songs like "Internatiocional" and "Perpetuo Mobile". I never knew Brazilian Girls could make me feel as good as bands like Broken Social Scene.
  • love em!!!

    By rgizzle
    this group is amazing. great vocals, cool style...overall great music!!!
  • Disappointed..

    By Ladygolzar
    I have been a fan of the Brazilian Girls ever since they released their first album. I've seen them in concert multiple times and I had a blast every time! They know how to rock the house. So I was really looking forward to this album, ...and I have never been more disappointed! This does not have the same spark as the first two. All the songs seem really trippy and lackluster. It feels like they weren't even trying. What happened?
  • jammin'

    By cobanc
    This CD rocks! It is full of diverse sounds, and they are all amazing. Highly recommended. You will jam to these sounds.
  • Well done!!

    By mnstn
    I don't know may be I am biased since I love BG, but again this album is great! My favorites are St Petersburg, Internacional and L'Interprete!
  • Too Little Time

    By JapaneseDeathBunny
    They say you've got 20 years to write your first album, and less than 12 months to write, record, and promote your second. It's probably down to six months for the 3rd one. I'm fine for different sonic styles, and creative directions, but I don't feel this album has the musical or lyrical substance that their first mainstream album had. The first album felt like a complete piece that offered a complete feeling. This latest one feels like pieces laced together. Let's hope by the 4th album they get comfortable with themselves again because they truly are a fantastic band.

    By blunyc
    great new music is like the most beautiful spring day: truly uplifiting and life affirming. i thank you brazilian girls for once again creating the most beautiful soundtrack to life! i'm a new yorker for 16+ years and have seen them 6 times and can't wait for the next show! their live show is simply one of the best i've ever witnessed. pure cool. people actually let go of their inhibitions and DANCE! the title NEW YORK CITY is perfect! this is the city in music form, full of diversity, energy, strangeness and above all beauty. bless you b-girls! XOXO...baa6
  • Another fabulous album...

    By djgreghaus
    I've adored the past 2 Brazilian Girls albums, and this one is a worthy addition to their discography. What is even more extraordinary is that the band is actually more impressive when experienced live. I don't really get how this is a step in a more "pop" or mainstream direction, as some other people here have suggested. "Good Time" is probably the most radio-friendly track, but the rest is hardly the kind of thing I could imagine hearing on Top 40 American radio. Bravo!
  • Some people have nothing, and want nothing, and are free.

    By ~¤BlueMusicPhoenix¤~
    Brazilian Girls have it all. I, like many avid BG fans, was at a loss when Jesse Murphy left, but the new album itself is still pretty fantastic. The majority of the songs don't really sound reminiscent of older Brazilian Girls' songs, but nevertheless deliver many of the same endorphins. Losing Myself, Strangboy, Good Time, Nouveau American, and L'Interpret/ Internacional are all astounding to say the very least. Stellar album, from a stellar artist.
  • Starts with a Bang...

    I purchased this album as a random click on iTunes, because the name sounded familiar. I was pleasantly surprised. The first track "St. Petersburg" has an excellent melody, steady back-beat with a great bridge groove. Basically it is an excellent Pop-Song. "Losing Myself" sounds like a track off Blur's "Park Life" and is generally reminiscent of mid 90's euro-pop. "Berlin" sounds like it was written on a French-Carousel, which is the records first detour off the pop-train. "Strangeboy" continues down the road less traveled, but things kick back into gear with authority in the track "Good Time" (the definitive pop-anthem on this record). At this point the record gears down, with a slight pop-reprise in "Internacional". The remainder slowly fades into obscurity, along with my attention, but seriously, who listens to entire records anymore? Starts with a bang, ends with a whimper, in my honest opinion. Take it or leave it, but I'll be spinning this record for a while...