UHF (rock band)

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UHF is a Portuguese rock band formed in the late 1970s in Almada by António Manuel Ribeiro (vocals, guitar and keyboard), Renato Gomes (guitar), Carlos Peres (bass) and Zé Carvalho (drums).

They were the driving force behind the Portuguese rock boom of the early 1980s. At this time very few rock bands had success singing in Portuguese.

UHF already had released their first single, "Jorge morreu" ("George died"), about a death by Overdose, when Rui Veloso, considered by many people as "the father of Portuguese rock", released his monumental first album Ar de rock ("Looks like Rock", a pun on "Hard rock", which is how it sounds in Portuguese). After Veloso's success, a second single, "Cavalos de corrida" ("Racing horses"), was released, followed by three very successful albums in Portugal: À flor da pele, Estou de passagem, and Persona non grata.


  • 1981 –

  • 1982 – Persona non grata
  • 1983 - Ares e
  • 1988 - Em Lugares Incertos
  • 1990 - Este Filme / Amélia Recruta
  • 1990 - Julho, 13
  • 1991 - Comédia Humana
  • 1993 - Santa Loucura
  • 1996 - 69 Stereo
  • 1996 - Cavalos de Corrida - Colecção Caravela (Compilação, EMI)
  • 1998 - Rock É! (dançando na noite)
  • 1999 – Eternamente (colectânea)
  • 2003 – Sou Benfica - As Canções da Águia
  • 2003 – À Beira do Tejo (Compilação, Am.Ra, 2001)
  • 2003 - Harley Jack (CD, Am.Ra, 2003)
  • 2003 - La Pop End Rock
  • 2004 - Voltei a Porto Moniz (Am.Ra, 2004)
  • 2004 -......
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