Sexy Angels

Sexy Angels

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From Pordenone, Italy. the band with probably the longest life in The Great Complotto. Born in 1979 as a punk band, it approached a Goth sound-wave in early 80s and then followed a more classic rock influence at the end of the decade.
They participated to the LP "The Great Complotto Pordenone" (1980) with the anthems "Atoms For Energy" and "La Beat", while in the "Onda 400" EP (1980) they presented "Devil"; In the "IV3SCR" compilation (1983) they recorded "Mathematic Mind" and "Neutronic War"; on the "Un Inverno A Pordenone" box set (1984) we find them with "I Ragazzi Della Notte" and "Shake" (as Zexi Angelz); on the "Pordenone/Taranto" compilation (1984) they are present with "W.U.E.".
in 1986 they presented a mini-LP entitled "Substitute" while 1989 saw the publication of "Cuori A Gas" ("Gas Hearts"), a LP where they appeared under the name of Ex.
Reunited in 2009.

Ringo De Colt (Fernando Padelletti) vocals
Doc Happy aka Sad Lone aka Negro (Gianni Pivetta) guitar
Roger (Andrea Mizzau) guitar
Irvoe Sartiani (Paolo Talarico) keyboards
Rick Tala (Ettore Talarico) drums
Nicky (Nicola De Simone) drums
Cicco (Giovanni De Cicco) bass
Matt Auschwitz (Piero Cucchisi) guitar
Matcing Mole drums
Stiff Stuff (Stefano Dal Col) bass
Klark Kent (Arturo Pellizzon) 'first actor & dance man'

1st line up (1979-80): Ringo Colt / Sad Lone / Matt Auschwitz / Matcing Mole / Stiff Stuff / Klark Kent.
2nd line up (1981-84): Ringo De Colt / Doc Happy / Irvoe Sartiani / Rick Tala.
3rd line up (1985-88): Ringo De Colt / Doc / Roger / Irvoe Sartiani / Cico / Nicky.
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Sexy Angels Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

780229 Sexy Angels Substitute(12", EP) Atelier De Montage 780229 Italy 1987 Sell This Version

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