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Stadio - Stadio: Trilogy Box album download
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Stadio - Stadio: Trilogy Box album download

Performer:
Stadio
Album:
Stadio: Trilogy Box
Style:
Italian Music,Western European Traditions
MP3 archive size:
1421 mb
FLAC archive size:
1404 mb
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Located in the creative SOMA district of San Francisco, Studio Trilogy furnishes producers, artists and engineers with one of the world’s finest recording studio environments.

Stadio: Trilogy Box. 2004. Sony BMG 82876624322.

Profile: Italian pop-rock band active since the early 80's. They have often worked with other Italian artists (Vasco Rossi, Lucio Dalla, Gianni Morandi, Luca Carboni and many others). Members: Aldo Fedele, Andrea Fornili, Fabio Liberatori, Gaetano Curreri, Giovanni Pezzoli, Marco Nanni, Ricky Portera, Roberto Drovandi.

The album features all original compositions recorded over the past year with a diverse cast of talented musicians and vocalists. Inspired by the sounds of funk, hip-hop, glitch, and future bass, SugarBeats have truly managed to uncover a sound of their own. Stay tuned to the Westwood Recordings pages for the release of their first few singles in the coming weeks.

Fanfare will include the remastered CD versions of the 11 classic original ELP albums (1974), with original sleeve artwork reproduced. A previously unreleased, gatefold, live triple vinyl album. Previously unreleased, gatefold, triple vinyl LP album:, LIVE AT VELODROMO VIGORELLI, MILAN, ITALY, 4TH MAY 1973 & STADIO FLAMINIO, ROME, ITALY, 2ND MAY 1973.