The name of the band and the cover of the disc explicitly reveal the influence> Secos^Molhados. Investing in androgenia, progressive rock and samba/soul, Assim Assado tried to be a response of the smallCID label to the enormous success that the Secos^Molhados did to the young public. Led by Miguel de Deus *formerly Os Brazoes(, who signed most of the compositions and assumed the guitar and vocals, the group never took off, leaving only this LP, now almost forgotten. Curiosity> in 1977 Miguel de Deus falls headlong into funk, casting the rather interesting *and rare( @Black Soul Brothers@ Also repressed on Groovie Records. Band formed by Miguel de Deus in 1974, inspired by the Secos^Molhados and making clear both in the name, which is copied from a song of Secos^Molhados, both on the cover of the band-s only album. Also the visual was well androgen but the Music, a mixture of psychedelic, Progressive and a strong touch of Brazilian Soul music. The only album that had the same name as the band, did not get repercussion despite presenting a lot of quality. Now the repress of this rare pearl brings to the light the huge talent of Miguel De Deus.