- 1. Decollage (feat. Lou Lou Gleichkhani) 3.24 24993 plays
- 2. Meu Nego (feat. Karina Zeviani) 3.21 15676 plays
- 3. Quem Me Leva (feat. Elin Melgarejo) 3.30 13177 plays
- 4. Firelight (feat. Lou Lou Ghelichkhani) 3.33 11941 plays
- 5. Sola In Citta (feat. Elin Melgarejo) 2.27 10764 plays
- 6. No More Disguise (feat. Lou Lou Ghelichkhani) 3.29 10892 plays
- 7. Saudade 2.08 11954 plays
- 8. Claridad (feat. Natalia Clavier) 3.44 10644 plays
- 9. Nos Dois (feat. Karina Zeviani) 3.04 9942 plays
- 10. Para Sempre (feat. Elin Melgarejo) 2.59 10100 plays
- 11. Le Coeur (feat. Lou Lou Ghelichkhani) 3.04 9944 plays
- 12. Bateau Rouge (feat. Lou Lou Ghelichkhani) 4.10 10777 plays
- 13. Depth Of My Soul (feat. Shana Halligan) 3.23 110972 plays
Spend a day with Thievery Corporation’s Eric Hilton and Rob Garza and you will see that their thoughtful curiosity about the world finds its way into their sophisticated, impeccably crafted musical soundscapes that reflect not only their broad appreciation for diverse styles of music (everything from Brazilian bossa nova and Jamaican dub reggae to vintage film soundtracks and psychedelic space rock), but also their take on the complicated times in which we live.
In June of 2011, the duo released its sixth studio album, Culture of Fear — a cinematic-sounding inquiry into space rock that straddles the sweet spot between funk and soul, with a bit of dub and reggae thrown in for good measure. Culture of Fear continues to address the socially conscious themes that Thievery Corporation have explored since 2002 when they released their third studio album, The Richest Man in Babylon, which incorporated protest music into their sound.