Tuesday, 23 June 2015

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"Let´s do it"
Year:  2013
Country:  Italy
City:  Verona
Label:  KOB
Format:  CD , LP
Tracks:  12
Time:  37 min.
Genre:  rock
Style:     Punk       Ska












































"Let´s do it" isn’t just the best LOS FASTIDIOS album; it’s also their response to those who said they should’ve stayed dead after their previous full-length albums, never so good than this album. The songs, the quality sound and the technical level, all is better than all previous recordings. From here, we hope LOS FASTIDIOS will to be enough talented to make unless similar albums but better. Those who have only heard their debut or also second album, to say them here there is nothing to do about it. Precious ska music like "2 Tone" 1979 masters and perfect and well done punk rock 1977 style, no more. Direct lyrics, simple rhythms and few distorted guitars. All seem so easy, so simple... but at the same time so difficult to get it, isn´it? The band are well-known for promoting anti-racism in football and are part of the Green Left movement. Sounding like a football terrace chant, the album's title track declares, "Uniti si vince, divisi invece lo sai, futuro non avremo mai," which later in the song they kindly translate as, "United we stand, divided we fall, united, let's go." The only song on the album fully in English, "Think About Them", tackles an issue often neglected on the left - animal rights.The label "KOB Records" is own of Enrico De Angelis (singer of the band) and is based also in Verona. The release exist only on vinyl format. They prove on their new record that they have bigger steps ahead than the ones they left behind. Very good album no doubt.
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