Camaro’s Gang is originally a group of Italian friends who, wanting to share their love for Italo Disco, will create a pirate radio called "Superradio".
All under the leadership of Franco Scopinich.
As time went by, the various participants began to write their own titles in order to distribute them and created their own label to market them.
They even released an album in 1985 bringing together the different creations.
They will have some major successes with the titles "Ali shuffle, Move a little closer", "Bronx" and "Fuerza major".
To discover or rediscover.
Discography (among others ...) :
• Ali Suffle 1982
• Move a little closer 1983
• Fuerza major 1985
• Bronx 1986
• Motel lovers 1986
1982 ... the nice band of illuminates arrives and it's total no matter what. As the Italians know how to do it so well ...
1983 ... pure Italo-Disco as we like. And especially the totally surreal clip as they knew how to do it well in the 80s
1985 ... in the same vein. Certainly this title will not remain as the Masterpiece of the Italo-Disco movement but hey, we have seen worse ...
1986 ... surely one of their biggest titles. Dance Spaghetti as we like, without fuss or chacha. HU-GE !
1986 ... come on, a little last for the road, history of. The end of a very nice adventure
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