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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 50

2024-02-05 17:13

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 50

Welcome back to the second appointment of the week dedicated to Litfiba.

Welcome back to the second appointment of the week dedicated to Litfiba.


Let's start again from the 1990s, which for the band meant starting over with a lineup where only Piero Pelù and Ghigo Renzulli remained from the original members. In December 1990, Litfiba released "El diablo," the first chapter of the "Tetralogy of the Elements." Celebrating the element of fire symbolically, the album took the band towards new musical horizons and gained wide public acclaim. The title track, "El diablo," is a true rock anthem, while "Il volo" is a touching tribute to the late drummer Ringo De Palma. The change in musical direction is evident with the anthology "Sogno ribelle" (1992), a more rock reinterpretation of previous songs. In 1993, the album "Terremoto" saw the band tackling social and political themes with a heavier and more massive sound, embracing metal and metaphorically symbolizing the element of earth. In 1994, with "Colpo di coda," Litfiba documented the Terremoto Tour in a double live album and subsequently, in 1995, "Spirito" was released, the third LP of the Tetralogy dedicated to the air, characterized by sunnier and more positive songs. In 1997, "Mondi sommersi" finally celebrates the element of water and becomes one of the band's biggest successes. Despite the success, 1998 saw the beginning of internal conflicts between Pelù and Renzulli. Tensions peaked with the release of "Infinito" in 1999, a controversial album for its light and pop-oriented sound. The band's legal separation occurred in March 1999, and from that year onwards, Pelù embarked on a solo career.


Today's listening recommendation is "Maudit!"

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