Our forth album is an imaginary soundtrack for a movie that never happened based on Italian classic noir book “Betrayers of All” written by Giorgio Scerbanenco in 1966. Includes “Giulia Mon Amour”, “Vendetta” and “The Butcher’s Bride”.
On the way back from our third US tour we decided to stop in NYC to record our third album.
Entirely recorded in 5 days at Brooklyn Recording and Mission Sound Studios this album perfectly captures the vibe of that week, absorbing all influences New York City can give to a bunch of italian funk musicians.
Album cover is an homage to Elio Petri’s opening tiles for “Investigation ona Citizen ABove Suspicion”.
This is our version of Herbie Hancock’s super soundtrack for american movie “Deathwish” starring Charles Bronson.
Second album “Ritornano Quelli Di…” includes original music we wrote for american documentary “Eurocrime“, a couple of all time favourites such as Morricone’s “Milano odia” and Piero Umiliani’s “Five Dolls for an August Moon” and some more obscure compositions from italian ’70s library music.
The album cover has been designed by Italian poster art maestro Giuliano Nistri.