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Limited edition on black vinyl/200 hand-numbered copies. Full picture sleeve of this early italo-disco project, originally released in 1984 as a 7'' single.
"Stranamore" was originally released on the tiny Drim label as a ballad, sung by Marzia, under the title "Strano Amore". In 1984 the author was asked to produce a more "dance" version, that's the version that ended on the Pineapple label: an electronic italo disco track with a long intro, and a pulsing beat. The b-side "Per Te" is the very early version sung in italian of Camomilla's "Tonight", which would have been published in 1985.
Official re-issue. Crackles on side A (for the first 30-40 seconds) due probably to factory's misprinting. Otherwise perfect.
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