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posted a comment on Alessandro Alessandroni - Ritmo Dell'Industria N°2. 24 days ago
It is man. Remastered from the genuine master tape.

JeromeCampbell
I just received my copy and I'm hearing little pops along with this great music. Makes one wonder if it was really mastered from the original tapes...
posted a comment on Various - TV Musica. about 1 year ago
This is actually the first pressing, and not a repress. Version PL444 is from 1980.
posted a comment on Fifth Dimension (2). about 1 year ago
Bullshit.. Each license has a cost, and it depends on the quantity pressed. So, how could you define this "style and status elite operation"? Are you really comparing the limited-editions pressings to bootlegs? This is only ignorance man.. Seriously. ... See full review
posted a comment on Puccio Roelens - Rock Satellite. about 1 year ago
Yet another great release spoiled by Fifth Dimension bootleg label..
posted a comment on Fabio Fabor - Aquarium. about 1 year ago
I think you will judge by yourself picture sleeve quality!

Lorenzo
SONOR MUSIC EDITIONS
posted a review of Fifth Dimension (2). about 1 year ago
BOOTLEG LABEL, illegal releases pressed without authorization. Bad audio quality records.
posted a comment on J. Richford* / S. Torossi* / G. Stevan* - Strumentali : Tensioni. about 1 year ago
Sound quality of this edition is maybe even better of the Costanza's heavy vinyl pressing.
posted a comment on The Braen's Machine - Quarta Pagina (Poliziesco). over 2 years ago
"QUARTA PAGINA" is composed by Braen/Raskovich, not by Braen's Machine...
posted a review of The Cast Five - Popsound - N. 1. over 3 years ago
From the same cult label of "Underground Mood", "Paese Sotto Inchiesta" by Peymont/Braen, "Scienza E Tecnologia" by Raskovich etc., here's the highly-collectible POPSOUND N. 1, originally released on Flirt records in 1971. Obscure and desirable Italian ... See full review
posted a review of Carlo Pes - Un Uomo Dalla Pelle Dura (Tough Guy). over 3 years ago
Crazy RARE in demand soundtrack LP originally released on the highly sought-after promotional label "PEGASO" Edizioni Musicali. Music by Maestro Carlo Pes here, the "C" guitarist from the infamous quartet I MARC 4 which also probably plays on this ... See full review
posted a review of Peppino De Luca, I Marc 4 - L'Uomo Dagli Occhi Di Ghiaccio (Man With Icy Eyes). over 3 years ago
Originally released on 'cult' Pegaso promotional label, "THE MAN WITH ICY EYES" soundtrack was pressed on very few copies like all Pegaso editions 'out of commerce', becoming a truly sought-after gem among Record Collectors of the genre. Trombonist and ... See full review
posted a review of I Marc 4 - I Marc 4. over 3 years ago
Probably the toughest and most Psychedelic Nelson volume by the Marc 4. Killer blend of Downtempo Funk, atmospherics, and Lounge Bossa/Cocktail. Contains fantastic tracks as "Distorsion-Mind" and "The Trip", heavy Psych with screaming organ, and ... See full review
posted a comment on Sandro Brugnolini - Underground. over 3 years ago
No track were left on this issue. Psichefreèlico (Sostenuto) and Psichefreèlico (Ballata) are the SAME track, one is just longer than the other. I've put the longest one naming it just "Psichefreèlico".
posted a comment on Sandro Brugnolini - Underground. over 3 years ago
posted a review of Franco Micalizzi - Lo Chiamavano Trinita'... (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). over 3 years ago
We're proud to announce the reissue of one of the Italian Western Soundtracks milestones, "Lo Chiamavano Trinità" (They Call Me Trinity) is now available again in the marketplace on this deluxe vinyl edition. Totally improved sound from the 1970 stereo ... See full review
posted a review of Sandro Brugnolini - Underground. over 3 years ago
Recorded in 1970 during the same period of "Overground", UNDERGROUND was recorded into 2 volumes (RT 104 and RT 16), both released in the same year in may and june at Dirmaphon studios, Roma. Together with Overground these records are really fascinating ... See full review
posted a review of Aus Decline - Fluxion. over 3 years ago
We met the Aus Decline while we were playing in the theater of a small village. After the concert they approached us, to tell that we had a lot in common and that we could work together.
We already knew that they dig new wave music and played it even if ... See full review
posted a comment on Franco Bixio - A Pugni Nudi (Original Sound Track Album). over 3 years ago
This is absolutely great.
posted a comment on Alessandro Alessandroni - Inchiesta. over 3 years ago
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posted a review of Giuda (2) - Let's Do It Again. over 4 years ago
CLAP YOUR HANDS, STOMP YOUR FEEL…THE BOYS ARE BACK!

Giuda (pronounced JEW-DA) are the Italian Glam/Glitter/Boot Boy band from Rome, born from the ashes of one of the finest European punk rock groups: Taxi. They play the most exciting kind of ... See full review
posted a comment on System 56 - System 56. over 4 years ago
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posted a review of Intolerance - Intolerance. over 4 years ago
Formed in September 1983, in Cuneo, Italy, Intolerance born when Luca Musso, Marco Marongiu and Paolo Chiotasso met. They were going to the conservatory, to the architecture department and to SMET (Study Of Electronic Music), place founded in 1964 by ... See full review
posted a review of Frigidaire Tango - The Cock - The Original Demotape 1980. over 4 years ago
Frigidaire Tango's starts in 1977 when Carlo Casale and Stefano Dal Col met in Liberta square in Bassano Del Grappa. Carlo just visited London with a black Shathesbury's guitar. Soon after, the duo with Maurizio Simeoni started to play and formed ... See full review
posted a review of Scortilla - Fahrenheit 451. over 4 years ago
Formed in Genoa in 1979 Scortilla officially released only a 12" in 1984 which contained their hit "Fahrenheit 451". That song gathered into one danceable catchy tune, new wave and synthpop influences and brought the band to the attention of the media ... See full review
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posted a comment on Litfiba - After Death. over 4 years ago
Fantastic sound quality for a bootleg, great!
posted a comment on Frigidaire Tango. over 4 years ago
The best italian New Wave band ever, no way.

posted a comment on Near Paris - Near Paris. over 4 years ago
posted a comment on Frigidaire Tango - The Cock. over 4 years ago
One of the best records ever of Italian New wave era!
posted a review of Nuvo West - Nuvo West. over 4 years ago
Nuvo West born from the ashes of a Phoenix band called The Red Squares which disbanded at the end of 1983. Their singer/guitar player Sonic Mike Stephens and the other guitarist/keyboard player Roger Lee Chavous, decided to form another band when they ... See full review
posted a review of Il Muro Del Canto - L'Ammazzasette. over 4 years ago
St’allegria nun me viene da voi, me ce svejo da trent’anni e ormai s’è mischiata alla rabbia e all’amore mo che è tempo de rivoluzione”.
C’era una volta il neorealismo e la Roma dei rioni e delle vecchie borgate. La Roma di Mamma Roma e poi quella dal ... See full review
posted a comment on Diaframma - Live 1983. over 4 years ago
Federico Fiumani descrive così gli esordi dei Diaframma: «Eravamo tristissimi, darkissimi, innamorati del Post Punk britannico (soprattutto Joy Division). La musica era per noi una religione. Una forma di riscatto nei confronti della vita». Erano gli ... See full review
posted a review of Diaframma - Live 1983. over 4 years ago
Diaframma were the best and the most famous italian Post-Punk band of the 80s. They came from Florence, the city center of New Wave music of the period (bands such Litfiba, Pankow, Neon, Moda, Polyactive, Karnak and many others). In the wake of the ... See full review
posted a review of Diaframma - Demos 1982. over 4 years ago
Diaframma were the best and the most famous italian Post-Punk band of the 80s. They came from Florence, the city center of New Wave music of the period (bands such Litfiba, Pankow, Neon, Moda, Polyactive, Karnak and many others). In the wake of the ... See full review
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posted a comment on Intolerance - Intolerance. over 4 years ago
The Intolerance born in September 1983 in Cuneo, a small town in the montains near Torino, by an idea of Luca Musso, Marco Marongiu and Paolo Chiotasso, all musicians orbiting around the various high school of music expecially SMET (electronic music ... See full review
posted a comment on Magazine - Secondhand Daylight. over 4 years ago
WHAT A
M A S T E R P I E C E
posted a review of Peggio Punx - Vol.II. over 4 years ago
-A side- from "Ci stanno uccidendo al suono della nostra musica!!" 12'' (They're killing us at the sound of our music!!). This record was completely self-produced, against speculations by musical multinationals and for the spreading of alternative and ... See full review
posted a review of Blitz (3) - Voice Of A Generation. over 4 years ago
Raw, violent and catchy, Blitz's 1982 debut album sounded like a shot of pure rock and roll through the violence of the English working class. Made up by two punks and two skinheads, with a lot to say about violence and football, Blitz appealed to all ... See full review
posted a review of Streetkidz - Looking For A Thrill. over 4 years ago
The Streetkidz were a bunch of NYC rockers that released only one rare EP in 1981 with three tracks (Go To School / Easy Way Out / In The IRA) on their own label (CK). Their sound is a mix of punk and hard rock in the same vein of many NYC band of the ... See full review
posted a review of The 222s* - She Wants Revenge. over 4 years ago
The 222s were among Canada’s earliest punk rock bands, releasing the very first DIY indie single to come out of their hometown Montreal back in 1978, the now highly collectible 'The First Studio Bomb b/w I Love Susan' on Rebel Records. They were ... See full review
posted a review of The Brats - Rock Candy. over 4 years ago
After the compilation of Whiplash material released by Rave Up in 2003, is finally available the legendary 1975 'lost album' all recorded in studio! Yes....that's true! This is one of the biggest 'shot' of your fave retro-label! Rave Up is proud to ... See full review
posted a review of X-Beliebig - Oh Tannenbaum. over 4 years ago
X-BELIEBIG was founded in Wiener Neustadt in 1980 by the two then-17-year-olds Rene Adamecz (guitars/vocals), Franz Heuschneider (bass), as well as Bernd Bechtloff (drums)—Bechtloff had just turned 13 years old at the time. The primary musical focus was ... See full review
posted a comment on Accent (4) - We Are Lost. over 4 years ago
Just incredibile 45... The only production from this band
posted a review of The Cure - Peel Sessions 1 1978-1980. over 4 years ago
Fantastic....
posted a review of The 80's - Volume II. over 4 years ago
THE 80's - VOL.II

TRADIZIONE DI QUALITA'

New release by king Italian Oi! revival combo The 80's. “Volume II” is a classic 80’s set of Italian Oi!-Punk with a minimum hardcore vibe, 13 angry songs reviving Asociale, Nabat, Guerriglia Urbana, Rough, High ... See full review
posted a review of The 80's - Volume I. over 4 years ago
ITALIAN KARAOKE OI! BAND, COMPOSED BY MEMBERS OF COLONNA INFAME SKINHEAD AND PLAKKAGGIO HC, WHICH RE-PROPOSES THE BEST TRACKS OF ITALIAN OI! IN A UNIQUE STYLE MOST OI! THAN EVER!
posted a review of The Flesh Eaters - No Questions Asked. over 5 years ago
One of the UNMISSABLE early punk rock masterpieces finally back on vinyl! Arising from a punk rock party scene that exploded in the wasted midst of Hollywood tinsel and trash, The Flesh Eaters first mutated into a punk-fueled "roots rock voodoo blues" ... See full review