Sunday, January 30, 2011
Track 1 - Eurocrime!
Track 2 - La Morte Accarezza A Mezzanotte
Track 3 - L'Esecutore
Track 4 - Milano Odia: La Polizia Non Puo' Sparare
Track 5 - Convergere in Giambellino
Track 6 - Il Ritorno Della Banda - Parte I
Track 7 - Il Ritorno Della Banda - Parte II
Track 8 - Cinque Bambole Per La Luna D'Agosto
Track 9 - Piombo in Bocca
Track 10 - Sospesi Nel Traffico
Track 11 - Gentil Sesso e Brutali Delitti
Track 12 - Il Consigliori
Track 13 - Si Dicono Tante Cose...
A bit of "modern music" for your listening pleasure, this is an album released just last year by Calibro 35 that is influenced heavily by the cop films of 1970's Italy. The dedication to authenticity is impressive, beginning with the brutal funk of "Eurocrime!" and continuing almost unabated through the whole album. "Piombo in Bocca" is straight up porn groove heaven and "La Morte Accarezza A Mezzanotte" has some pleasing tempo changes. The ultra heavy sound is complimented by some exceptional drumming and bass playing which, when combined with classy songwriting adds up to a modern masterpiece of funkiness. Definitely one of the best albums I've heard in recent years, and that's saying something!