"Ratamahatta" is Sepultura's ninth official single, and the last of three to be taken from the album Roots, released in 1996. It is also the last Sepultura single to feature founding frontman Max Cavalera. The song is amongst the band's best-known and remains a concert staple to this day. A music video was created for the song using stop motion animation which explores the themes of the song. This video can be found on the VHS We Are What We Are, which was later released on DVD as part of Chaos DVD. The song also appears in live form on the band's live release Under a Pale Grey Sky.

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  • «Ratamahatta» es un sencillo de la banda brasileña Sepultura, lanzado en 1996. Está incluido en su sexto álbum de estudio Roots. Contiene cuatro minutos y medio de duración y fue producido por Ross Robinson bajo el sello discográfico Roadrunner Records. Fue el tercer y último sencillo del álbum y escrita por todos los integrantes de la banda. La canción contó con las colaboraciones de Carlinhos Brown en la voz y el baterista David Silveria de Korn, en la percusión. Mientras que Jonathan Davis también formó parte del proyecto. El video del sencillo fue dirigido por Fred Stuhr y se realizó con una técnica denominada Stop Motion. (es)
  • "Ratamahatta" is Sepultura's ninth official single, and the last of three to be taken from the album Roots, released in 1996. It is also the last Sepultura single to feature founding frontman Max Cavalera. The song is amongst the band's best-known and remains a concert staple to this day. A music video was created for the song using stop motion animation which explores the themes of the song. This video can be found on the VHS We Are What We Are, which was later released on DVD as part of Chaos DVD. The song features guest appearances from Carlinhos Brown on vocals and Korn drummer David Silveria on percussion. It is amongst Sepultura's most percussive and tribal songs, certainly the most so of any of the singles. The song also appears in live form on the band's live release Under a Pale Grey Sky. (en)
  • A canção Ratamahatta foi o primeiro single do álbum Roots, lançado pelo Sepultura em 1996. (pt)
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  • A canção Ratamahatta foi o primeiro single do álbum Roots, lançado pelo Sepultura em 1996. (pt)
  • "Ratamahatta" is Sepultura's ninth official single, and the last of three to be taken from the album Roots, released in 1996. It is also the last Sepultura single to feature founding frontman Max Cavalera. The song is amongst the band's best-known and remains a concert staple to this day. A music video was created for the song using stop motion animation which explores the themes of the song. This video can be found on the VHS We Are What We Are, which was later released on DVD as part of Chaos DVD. The song also appears in live form on the band's live release Under a Pale Grey Sky. (en)
  • «Ratamahatta» es un sencillo de la banda brasileña Sepultura, lanzado en 1996. Está incluido en su sexto álbum de estudio Roots. Contiene cuatro minutos y medio de duración y fue producido por Ross Robinson bajo el sello discográfico Roadrunner Records. Fue el tercer y último sencillo del álbum y escrita por todos los integrantes de la banda. (es)
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