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Frigidaire Tango - The Cock - The Original Demotape 1980 download free

Performer:
Frigidaire Tango
Album:
The Cock - The Original Demotape 1980
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:
New Wave, Post-Punk
MP3 archive size:
1534 mb
FLAC archive size:
1580 mb
WMA archive size:
1356 mb
Other formats:
XM APE MP3 WMA APE MP1 AC3
Rating:
4.4
Votes:
918

Tracklist

A1 This Days '78
A2 Brain Rock
A3 A New Direction
A4 Be Only
A5 Anytime You Dress So Fine
A6 Blue & Pink
B1 A Good Cure
B2 Black Curtains
B3 The Modern
B4 Push
B5 Frigidaire Tango

Credits

  • Bass – Steve Elbow Gomiero*
  • Guitar – Steve Hill
  • Keyboards – Mark Brenda
  • Lead Vocals – Charlie Out
  • Saxophone – Alex Strax
  • Written-By – Casale*, Dal Col*

Notes

Unreleased sessions from the period of 1st album Frigidaire Tango - The Cock.

Limited edition 400 copies.

Recorded at Tango Studio – Autumn 1980.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SS08 Frigidaire Tango The Cock - The Original Demotape 1980 ‎(File, MP3, WAV) Synthetic Shadows SS08 Italy 2013


  • Frigidaire Tango's starts in 1977 when Carlo Casale and Stefano Dal Col met in Liberta square in Bassano Del Grappa. Carlo just visited London with a black Shathesbury's guitar. Soon after, the duo with Maurizio Simeoni started to play and formed Outkids. With Alberto Gomiero on bass guitar they started to play live. After several line-up changes, in 1979, they changed name and became Thrash. Influenced by punk and Roxy Music, the band started to play live. In October 1980, Alessandro Chioatto joined them on sax and they recorded a 15 tracks demo tape. That tape would have been brought to London by Mrs Alex, the first Italian journalist to move to join the new wave but in November, the Italian label Young Records decided to offer them a record deal. That was the official born of Frigidaire Tango. In 1981 the band started the recordings of their first album, "The Cock", which hut the records stores on February 1982. The year after they released a self produced E.P.titled "Russian Dolls"and participated to "Body Section", the second compilation produced by the Italian magazine Rockerilla. After participating to other three compilations (two volumes of Rockgarage and "P.E.A.C.E."), the band had major line-up changes which mined their stability. On the positive side, they had the I.R.A. label that was interested into checking them and they did a lot of gigs but this wasn't enough. Different members started playing with other bands or producing other bands and the fact that I.R.A. didn't contacted them yet didn't helped and Frigidaire Tango split up. The story of the band didn't end here, because few years ago the reformed and recorded a new album changing musical style but this is another story. With this review I want to talk to you about the Synthetic Shadows Records release of eleven out of fifteen songs coming from those 1980 recordings. "The Cock The Original Demotape 1980" is a perfect way to discover a band that was able to mix punk and new wave in a fresh energetic wave and if you didn't purchase "The Freezer Box" the compilation CD box, back in 2006, this is your chance to listen to tracks like "Be Only", "Push", "Black Curtains"or "Anytime You Dress So Fine". On those tracks dissonance, melody and energy blend perfectly thanks to razor cut guitars, catchy sax lines, seducing synth sounds and the neurotic vocals of Charlie Out Cazale. Great release!Maurizio Pustianaz,Chain D.L.K. magazine2013