|9th track of the album Prophecy|
|Sung by||Max Cavalera|
|Genre(s)||Death metal, thrash metal|
|Written by||Max Cavalera|
|Produced by||Max Cavalera|
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"Porrada" is a track of the Soulfly album Prophecy, released in 2004. This song features a really fast riffing and has death metal elements. Its latin jazz intro features flamenco guitar performed by Marc Rizzo while its outro is tribally. The sounding of its midtro is akin to Omen's track "Vulture Culture", the album released six years after Prophecy.
The song title is Portuguese for "Shitload" and the lyrics written in Portuguese contains very offensive lines, such as 'Vai se fuder filha da puta' and 'Vai se fuder cuzao' (translated as 'Fuck you motherfucker' and 'Fuck you asshole' respectively). The song title and their lyrics were inspired by the Brazilian film City of God.
Um, dois, treis, quatro Chegou E' de fuder E' e' du caralho Vai se fuder filha da puta Vai se fuder cuzao Vai se fuder filha da puta Vai se fuder cuzao Porrada, Porrada, Porrada, Porrada Entao Quale' qui e' Entao Quale' qui e' Se ficar o bicho pega Se corer o bicho come Se ficar o bicho pega Se corer o bicho come Porrada, Porrada, Porrada, Porrada Um, dois, treis, quatro (??????????) Porrada na favela Porrada na baixada Porrada na favela Porrada na baixada O ze' mane' qual' qui e' Tu e' malaca tu e' mane' O ze' mane' qual' qui e' Tu e' malandro tu e' mane' Porrada, Porrada, Porrada, Porrada
- Max Cavalera – vocals, four-string rhythm guitar
- Marc Rizzo – lead guitar, flamenco guitar
- Bobby Burns – bass guitar
- Joe Nuñez – drums, percussion
- Meia Noite – Brazilian percussion
- John Gray – samples
- Max Cavalera – lyrics, music
- John Gray – engineering, recording, digital editing
- Sam Hofstedt – additional engineering
- Terry Date – mixing
- Ted Jensen – mastering
- Max Cavalera – production
Live-only songs on various albums