The creative mind behind this project is neither a Brazilian nor an animal (although latter is yet to be proven) but a Swedish guy called John Andersson releasing records since 2001. He didn,t only produce one hit record after the next as Zoo Brazil but also under the monikers Laid, Cuba Computers, Nars and Outcold, but he also make up a DJ outfit that takes him around the globe as his reputation grows due to productions and remix work for prolific labels such as 20:20 Vision, GPM, Get Physical, Music For Freaks, Paper Recordings, Harthouse, Systematic, Airtight, Dessous, and big names such as The Human League to name but a few. Again, he unleashed the proverbial beast with his gripping threetracker "Guns'n'Posses". Released from its cage and put out on renowned re-erected hit stable Harthouse where his last years' release "Crash" as well as his debut album "Zoo Brazil Needs You" stunned the audience with their raw energy combined with an animalistic instinct for dancefloor rhythms, this record does it again by gripping tightly. Rrrrrrrrrrrrrraw.