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Bernard Fevre

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Cosmos 2043

A1 Space Team (2:36)
A2 Nº 59018 (2:37)
A3 Central Way (3:18)
A4 Satellite 33 (2:11)
A5 Ronde Interstellaire (2:17)
A6 Cimes Eternelles (2:02)
A7 Le Monde Avait 5 Ans (3:56)
B1 Moon Heart (1:40)
B2 Sunshine On March (2:37)
B3 Stars Away (3:41)
B4 Earth Message (2:30)
B5 2043 (3:07)
B6 Odyssée (2:38)

Private Records

Cat No: 369.026
Released: 2015

£21.95

Droyds, The

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Take Me I'm Yours

A Take Me I'm Yours (Droyd's Ghetto Rub)
B1 Take Me I'm Yours (Droyd's Radio Edit)
B2 Take Me I'm Yours (Simian Mobile Disco Mix)
Remix - Simian Mobile Disco

The Singles Society

Cat No: 12STAS3321P
Released: 2003

£6.00

Kevin Johnson

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Video Night

A Video Night (5:36)
B Child Of Tomorrow (6:35)

Speed Records

Cat No: SPR 12010
Released: 1984

£7.00

Michael Grant

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Don't Turn Your Back

A Don't Turn Your Back (Extended Mix) (6:22)
B1 Don't Turn Your Back (7" Edit) (3:38)
B2 Don't Turn Your Back (Dub Mix) (4:10)

Legend Records (2)

Cat No: 12 LM 14
Released: 1988

£5.00

A.R.M.

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Number One

A Number One (Vocal Version) (5:40)
B Number One (Instrumental Version) (5:40)

RA - RE Productions

Cat No: RA-RE 00286
Released: 1986

£7.00

J.T. And The Big Family

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Moments In Soul!

A Moments In Soul!
B1 Moments In Soul! ('AA' Mix)
B2 Eden 90

Champion

Cat No: CHAMP 12 237
Released: 1990

£5.00

Sensitive

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Give Me / Don't Stop

A Give Me
B Don't Stop

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La Discoteca

Cat No: dss01.5
Released: 2015

£15.00

Baltimora

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Tarzan Boy

A Tarzan Boy (Summer Version) (6:41)
B1 Tarzan Boy (Club Version) (5:10)
B2 Tarzan Boy (7" Version) (3:27)

Columbia

Cat No: 12DBX 9102
Released: 1985
Out Of Stock

Hipnosis

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Droid / Automatic Piano

A Droid
B Automatic Piano

Debut

Cat No: DEBTX 3083
Released: 1990
Out Of Stock

Harlow, Spargo & Pino Massara

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Take Off / You And Me / Margarita

A Harlow (2) Take Off (Satisfaction Guaranteed) (10:37)
B1 Spargo You And Me (7:06)
B2 Pino Massara Margarita (7:03)

Champagne Records

Cat No: FIZY 103
Released: 1980

£4.00

Gino Soccio

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Dancer

A Dancer (8:23)
B Dance To Dance (7:09)

Warner Bros. Records

Cat No: LV 23
Released: 1979

£8.00

Kirlian Camera

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Edges new reissue

A Edges (Dance Version)
B Edges (Instrumental Dub Version)



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Disordine

Cat No: disordine02
Released: 2015

£16.00

Mr. Flagio

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Take A Chance

A1 Take A Chance (Original Version) (7:52)
A2 Take A Chance (Instrumental Version) (7:42)
B1 Take A Chance (Italoconnection Re-Edit) (6:09)
B2 Take A Chance (Italoconnection Rework) (6:24)

Discoring Records

Cat No: DR-004
Released: 2023
Out Of Stock

Righeira

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Vamos A La Playa / Playa Dub

A Vamos A La Playa (5:10)
B Playa Dub (7:00)

Hispavox

Cat No: 549 055
Released: 1983
Out Of Stock

Ryan Paris

Format: Vinyl 12 Inch
Genre: Italo Disco

Dolce Vita (Extended Disco Mix)

A Dolce Vita (Part I - Vocal) (Extended Disco Mix) (7:30)
B Dolce Vita (Part II - Instrumental) (Extended Disco Mix) (8:40)

Carrere

Cat No: CART 289
Released: 1983
Out Of Stock
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Information on the Italo Disco genre

Italo Disco is a very broad term, encompassing much of the dance music output in Europe during the 1980s. It is one of the world's first forms of completely electronic dance music and evolved during the late 1970s / early 1980s in Italy, Germany, and other parts of Europe.

Italo Disco music has a distinct, futuristic and spacey sound, which was created using synthesizers, drum machines, and vocoders. The term, "Italo-disco" was marketed only in Europe in the early 1980s by a German record label ZYX Music.

The entry of synthesizers and other electronic effects into the disco genre produced electronic dance music, including America's Hi-NRG and Europe's Space Disco. The latter received its name because of its odd synthetic sounds, sci-fi costumes, and space-related themes. Dancers and listeners experienced something new because the artists' use of new music-shaping technologies created the perception of being in a very large space and because of the discotheques' lighting displays. Italo Disco's influences were Italian producer Giorgio Moroder, French musician Didier Marouani, a couple of hits by the French drummer Cerrone, electropop (Telex, Devo, and Gary Numan), and the early Hi-NRG albums of San Francisco producer Patrick Cowley with such singers as Sylvester and Paul Parker.

By 1980, Italo appeared as a fully developed form in Italy and other parts of Europe. Songs were sometimes completely electronic and featured drum machines, catchy melodies, vocoders, overdubs, love-song lyrics sung in English with heavy foreign accents, and, occasionally, nonsensical lyrics (due to artists' poor command of the English language). Along with love, italo disco themes deal with robots and space, sometimes combining all three in songs including "Robot is Systematic" (1982) by 'Lectric Workers and "Spacer Woman"(1983) by Charlie. Italo Disco was widely played on radio stations and in discotheques in Europe, but in the English-speaking world, it was mostly an underground phenomenon that could be heard at night clubs.

1982 and 1983 saw the releases of the irony-laden "Dirty Talk," "Wonderful," and "The M.B.O. Theme," three tracks cited as influential in the development of house, by Klein & M.B.O., a side-project developed by Davide Piatto of the Italo disco duo N.O.I.A., with vocals by Piatto and Rossana Casale.

Many see 1983 as the height of Italo, with frequent hit singles and many labels starting up around this time. Such labels included American Disco, Crash, Merak, Sensation, and X-Energy. The popular label Disco Magic released more than thirty singles within the year. It was also the year that the term italo disco was reputedly coined by Bernhard Mikulski, the founder of ZYX Music (Germany), when ZYX released their first volume of "The Best of Italo Disco" series.