This would have been the Brazilian post-punk supergroup. It would have, because bassist and singer Sandra Coutinho moved to Germany, leaving these recordings behind -- only two songs were released, in an independent compilation (Enquanto Isso, 1991). Sandra (bass, As Mercenárias) along with Denise Camargo (keyboards and voice, Bruhahá Babélico and Dequinha e Zaba), Biba Meira (drums, De Falla), and Karla Xavier (guitar, R. Mutt), expressive musicians in expressive bands, were AKT. And this powerful repertoire, composed and recorded in the short period of the group's existence, recorded and produced by R.H. Jackson (Caracol) the complete session remained unheard until now. For the first time ever on vinyl (or any other format) the complete AKT recording session. Remastered from the original tapes, this reissue also brings unseen photos by Rui Mendes and the band story written by Alex Antunes (Akira S & As Garotas Que Erraram), based on statements by the girls, the engineer, Bruno Verner (R. Mutt) and Thomas Pappon (Fellini).