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Artist: Ricchi & Poveri
Album: Mamma Maria
Released: 1982
Source: Baby records
Genre: pop/dance
Format: Eac/ape/covers

Ricchi e Poveri is one of the most famous Italian pop music groups in Europe and Latin America. In 1970s and 1980s it have sold over 20 million records. The group was formed in 1968 by Franco Gatti, Angela Brambati, Angelo Sotgiu and Marina Occhiena. Their first public appearance was in Cantagiro 1968 with "L'ultimo amore". Ricchi e Poveri has participated in Sanremo Music Festival several times since 1970. Ricchi e Poveri represented Italy in Eurovision Song Contest 1978 with song "Questo A ... Read more »
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Artist: Spandau Ballet
Album: Journeys To Glory
Year: 1981
Label: Chrysalis
Style: New Romantic/pop/rock

The roots of the complaint that British synth pop acts were all haircuts and no skill lie in the new romantic movement, despite the fact that several of its associated bands (Ultravox, Duran Duran, Visage) were musically quite credible. Spandau Ballet's first album, however, generally lived up -- or down, perhaps -- to that assessment, showcasing the sound of a group not quite ready for prime time. To be fair, the teenaged quintet did offer a hint or two of promise; the first single, "To Cut a ... Read more »
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Artist: Thomas Dolby
Album: The Flat Earth
Year: 1984
Label: Amiga
Style: new wave/romantic
Format: Eac-ape-covers

Exceptionally mature for a sophomore release, The Flat Earth holds up considerably well since its 1984 release. This staying power belongs to a fantastic ensemble of supporting players as much as to Dolby's songwriting and crisp production. "Dissidents" steps in cautiously and conjures images of blacklisted authors and ugly snow, gray from oppression. Here and elsewhere, Matthew Seligman's bass is a welcome addition -- throughout the album his work is lavish, growling, popping through octaves, funk-a-fied and twink ... Read more »
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