Crazy Gang ‎– We Are The Crazy Gang

Bubble ‎– BLULP 1817
Vinyl, LP

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 We Are The Crazy Gang
A2 A Discomantic Rodeo
A3 Computerize
Arranged By, Composed By – Walter Martino
A4 Every Sunday
Composed By – Paolo Gianoglio
B1 Telephone Computer
B2 Sunshine Shine
B3 In Love
Arranged By, Composed By – Walter Martino
B4 Flight To Hollywood
Arranged By, Composed By – Massimo Morante
B5 Arabian Nights



Bootlegged in 2009 with different run-out etching.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): Piero 27-7-83 SIDE A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): Piero 27-7-83 SIDE B
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BLUK 71817 Crazy Gang We Are The Crazy Gang(Cass, Album) Bubble BLUK 71817 Italy 1983 Sell This Version
BLULP 1817 Crazy Gang We Are The Crazy Gang(LP, Album, RE) Bubble (4) BLULP 1817 Italy 2009 Sell This Version
SUP-80.254 Crazy Gang We Are The Crazy Gang(LP) Microfon SUP-80.254 Argentina 1984 Sell This Version


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December 3, 2008
There is much more to this album than "Every Sunday" and "Telephone Operator." There are a lot of really great fusions like "Discomantic Rodeo" and "Arabian Nights."

It is a very imaginative but still very funky and accessible album.

For me it's on a level with Kraftwerk and YMO's best and feel it should be adored as such.

Another of those lost legends that make you wonder how it never got picked up by a larger label or re-released after all of these years.


November 5, 2007
"We Are The Crazy Gang" is a rather fabled release amongst Italo buyers due to its relative rarity. However, while overlooked in the 1980s, this Claudio Simonetti masterpiece has gained new recognition during the current Italo revival. The LP straddles the line between experimental electronic italo-disco and period specific Italian Funk. Standout tracks are "Every Sunday", "Computerize", and "In Love". There is a very diverse array of material on this LP that begs to be explored...