Calle Della Morte ‎– Gente Di Malaffare

Hau Ruck! SPQR ‎– HR! SPQR V
CD, Album, Limited Edition


Atto Primo
1 Senso 0:44
2 Gente Di Malaffare 2:27
3 Labbra Rosso Sangue 5:29
4 Senza Fare Rumore 4:22
5 Intermezzo 4:06
Atto Secondo
6 Nessuna Remissione 4:07
7 Venezia 4:23
8 Ballerino Di Tango 4:06
9 Untitled 7:02
10 Bambolina 3:54



Limited 500 copies.

Track 1: taken from Tinto Brass' film "Senso 45"
Track 9: empty track.
Track 10: hidden bonus track.

In credits there is listed also the city of Venice: "Venezia - La Nostra Ruffiana".

Recorded between Udine and Venice in 2004 at Telstar Studio, mixed in Vienna at Pure Sound Recording Studio.

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July 19, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

How to deal with two opposites: the grotesque and the beauty, the vile crime and the passionate love, despair and euphoria, Hatred and happiness...
Only marginal music may have the ability to blend contradictions in the very core of the composition and transmit the listener its ultimate meaning as a whole.
This is the music of the modern "Trouvador". The one that comes from the suburbs of our cities still impregnated with all this furious diatribe and satire against the forces that threaten him to be one with his own contradictions and force him to live within the limits of the opposites within a moribund culture.
You wouldnt find a perfect piece or a composition jewel of music here, above all you will face sincerity and a portrait of our age.
Folk rock, Karaoke-alcoholic-induced set of lyrics and chants, an indelible punk attitude full of confrontation and dissatisfaction thats about it, thats why i find interesting. Modern times exposed through aesthetic "vibes" from far away times. Theres a smell of history repeating while listening this, like if we were seeing examples of old times and old songs performed now by modern men, only the face of misery inside the music changes all,creates the dissonance in terms of aesthetics/history level. the misery within our age.
This is without a doubt the desperate clamor of what we proudly call "our culture". The children of today, the barbarians of tomorrow.
heilige tod!