In 1993 the group saw their notoriety continue to increase. They participated in the National Theatre's MÃºsica Negra em AÃ§Ã£o (Black Music in Action) project alongside ThaÃde e DJ Hum, another prominent SÃ£o Paulo Hip Hop act. Their philanthropic activities continued as they played several benefit shows for health clinics, youth sports programs, and samba schools. The year also saw the release of their first full-length LP Raio X Brasil (X-Ray Brazil). The album includes several standout tracks including "Fim de Semana no Parque" ("Weekend in the Park"), a lyrical sketch of lowlifes in SÃ£o Paulo; "Mano na Porta do Bar" ("Man at the Bar Door"), a skillful remix of Curtis Mayfield's "Freddie's Dead"; and the unexpected harmonica and piano jam "Fio da Navalha" ("Razor Edge"). Mano Brown won the PrÃªmio Sharp award for "O Homem na Estrada" ("The Man on the Road"), one of the album's other notable tracks. A 1994 show at the Vale do AnhangabaÃº in support of the album ended in a riot when police raided the show and arrested the group. The group was charged with inciting violence.