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Casanova - Tutti Quanti

  • Singer: Casanova
  • Album: Tutti Quanti
  • MP3: 1618 mb | FLAC: 1377 mb
  • Released: 1985
  • Country: France
  • Style: Italo-Disco
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 381
Casanova  - Tutti Quanti
Casanova  - Tutti Quanti


Tutti Quanti 6:19
Tutti Quanti (Instrumental) 6:13


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
742622 Casanova Tutti Quanti ‎(12", Maxi) Disques Chris'Music 742622 France 1985
BAP069 Casanova Tutti Quanti ‎(10", Dlx, Ltd, RE, RM) Bordello A Parigi BAP069 Netherlands 2015
BAP069 Casanova Tutti Quanti ‎(10", RE, RM, TP) Bordello A Parigi BAP069 Netherlands 2015
BAP069 Casanova Tutti Quanti ‎(10", Ltd, S/Edition + Cass, Ltd, S/Edition, + c) Bordello A Parigi BAP069 Netherlands 2015

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I love this song, the way the repeating synth in the background goes one way and the foreground synth sound going another direction, gives areally intricate mid 1980s eurodisco sound, full of machine energy. The theme of this song is so similar to mambo no5, but hey this came first !
I bought this cool package when it was released but since I lack a functional cassette player I haven't had a chance to listen to the "Heartbreak Brothel" cassette.Is it good? How does it sound?
It's fucking great ! We used to listen to it on our old small HiFi player, on autoreverse over and over... You still could listen to it on soundcloud anyway : https://soundcloud.com/bordelloaparigi/sets/i-marcello-heartbreak-brothelI know this tape by heart now but still trying to figure out some of the releases used for the mix. I Marcello is a damn good dj. This tape should has a proper entry as "Escape from Planet Future", which he did before on Bordello too : https://www.discogs.com/Various-Escape-From-Planet-Future/release/4531445
"condom is EX / VG+. light scuffs and minimal ring wear"
one of BAP's more quirky reissues... not every day you see a record that has a condom included. plus the catalogue number of BAP069 makes me chuckle.as for the record itself, sound quality is quite excellent, but I would have preferred to see this released as a 12" with the original instrumental included as well, instead of leaving that off for the radio edit (which no doubt could have fit onto a 12" with the instrumental nicely). still, the original is comparatively inexpensive for a sought-after italo, so if nothing else, this 10" isn't a bad purchase, on the basis of its novelty value and good sound quality. you could do much worse with italo reissues these days
I'd like to smash you a myth: common sense says that the more old - the higher value, right ?Well, not always.In 2003 I received an offer to sell this item at 400, cash right away! (I decided to keep)And look at the market now....
Of course, almost every simple organ has thatThere are parts in the songs to all goes quite fast, that fits for pressing on keys with the fingers :)
Yes, that's quite possible. Don't know about DM and how they worked, but I think there are several options to use the synthesizer for that.
There is an option, and just as my assumption (!), that Nemesy created their own drum sounds like Depeche Mode did.Because from what I remember, DM didn't use any drum machines and all came out of the keyboards
Oh yes, "I Wanna Dance" sounds awful indeed, even worse than our song here! so loud and strident!Besides their keyboards, I don't think that anybody knows which equipment they used - and they're far from being underground, they're commercial and Kappa was their sponsor or something like that.Our taste is different, my top gem of Nemesy is "We Play The Music"If to get back to Casanova, the only issue I am interested to know is why they chosed France, maybe a "favor" by somebody there...
There are many examples where great analog sound and vocals get ruined through the mastering process or somewhere. Just take a closer look to Nemesy for example. I believe they had great equipment and studio stuff, but "I Wanna Dance" is far apart from their gem "Arabian Sacrifice" soundwise (speaking of the 12 inches).
P.S. Amin Peck seem to have homely studio too, but the differences are huge.
Na, couldn't be for a cdThe whole process was done in .fr but by .it people, so it doesn't really matter the origin.I've seen (elsewhere) someone said that it was also played and recorded at someone's basement, which I believe cause that record is serious low budget in my eyes and ears..
Not what you think, but yes minus. Have listened again, sound is great, just a little bit different as it was probably mastered in France not in Italy. Maybe you can say more, where they produced? Would say very clean sound, like it was mastered for cd, could that be?
Hawk Flying
Minus 6 you mean ? XD (or just hyphen)
Oh yes, haha. I always had to put down the treble - 6, to make it listenable at higher volumes in the car.
ah yea, I like that part too!But still, kinda boring and uninteresting song. moreover, it was mastered quite badly, the high levels make you hole in the head.
The best part is when the girl gives the kisses, "me love you, kiss kiss, too!". It's a funny song with great refrain, but one should not hear too often. It really developes not much, still I give 4 points.
You were enthusiastic ? you walked too far...The song is alright, 2.5-3 point, nothing more, mostly because it doesn't develop and like just one layer of music..And yes, you might be right concerning you theory
At first listen I was totally enthusiastic about this song, and I could not wait to get the record, so I paid 60 € for nm a few years ago. I played this track a lot during a whole summertime, but then at some point it became boring. I'm still happy with the record, but rarely gets a play. Many others might feel the same way, and that's maybe an explanation, why there are plenty copys for sale now.
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