The Chaplin Band ‎– Il Veliero

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PD-1282004 The Chaplin Band Il Veliero(12") Pierrot Records PD-1282004 Netherlands 1982 Sell This Version
6400 699 The Chaplin Band Il Veliero(12", Maxi) Mercury 6400 699 Germany 1982 Sell This Version
P 7002 The Chaplin Band Il Veliero(7") Members Only (2) P 7002 Netherlands 1982 Sell This Version
PS-82004 The Chaplin Band Il Veliero(7") Pierrot Records PS-82004 Belgium 1982 Sell This Version
PS-82004 The Chaplin Band Il Veliero(7") Pierrot Records PS-82004 Belgium 1982 Sell This Version
6005 258 The Chaplin Band Il Veliero(7", Single) Mercury 6005 258 Germany 1982 Sell This Version
PS-82004 The Chaplin Band Il Veliero(7", Single) Pierrot Records PS-82004 Netherlands 1982 Sell This Version
13121 The Chaplin Band Il Veliero(7") Carrere 13121 France 1983 Sell This Version
P 1202 The Chaplin Band Il Veliero(12") Members Only (2) P 1202 Netherlands 1986 Sell This Version
P 7002 The Chaplin Band Il Veliero(7") Members Only (2) P 7002 Netherlands 1986 Sell This Version
PD-1282004 The Chaplin Band Il Veliero(12", Unofficial) Pierrot Records (2) PD-1282004 2009 Sell This Version

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Eti.Ba

Eti.Ba

July 1, 2019
referencing Il Veliero, 12", PD-1282004
Wich celebrity dj palyed this, bc the price just went quite up here...
Bigar

Bigar

August 20, 2006
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Il Veliero, 12", PD-1282004

What a magnificent 12 Inch Version this is. Moved along by the hypnotic bass the track is a stereo delight with first a 4 and a half minute intro that guides you the track’s musical landscape preparing you for the vocals. They appear at the 4:39 mark, but prove to be only a teaser as after two verses we return to the instrumental version again bringing you to the climax of the full vocals which finally make an appearance at 8:40 and play out until the end of the track’s 11:59 length.
This is a song made for headphones or for being played very loud, preferably through a 5.1 stereo system with Pro Logic