Xutos e pontapés concerto
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When was Xutos & Pontapés first live show?
Xutos & Pontapés first live show was on 13 January 1979, in a celebration of 25 years of rock and roll at the Sociedade Filarmónica Amigos do Apolo in Lisbon, where they played four songs in six minutes, at 3 a.m.   In 1980 Xutos & Pontapés were the opening act for Wilko Johnson at the Belenenses Pavilion in Lisbon.
What does Xutos mean in Portuguese?
  Both xutos (a misspelling of the word chutos) and pontapés are Portuguese words that mean kicks, but xuto is also a slang word for heroin injection. 
Who are Xutos & Pontapés?
Xutos & Pontapés are a Portuguese rock band, which got together in 1978, in Almada, Portugal, four years after the Carnation Revolution restored most freedoms to the country. They started off in the local punk rock scene and set the trend – singing rock tunes in Portuguese.
What does Gato mean in Portuguese slang?
Gato or gata literally translates as cat however, it is generally considered to mean hot or attractive when describing either a man or a woman. Gato is used to describe men whereas gata is used to describe a woman. Falou is perhaps the most used slang word in Portugal.
What are the most common Portuguese slang words?
The following Portuguese slang words are used mostly in Portugal and other countries that use European Portuguese, most notably Mozambique and Angola. Fixe is one of the most commonly used slang words in the entire country. Traditionally, it is used by teenagers to describe people rather than objects.