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Rational Youth (CA)

Rational Youth were a Canadian New Wave band, originally formed in 1981 in Montreal, Quebec, by synthesizer wizards Tracy Howe and Bill Vorn, both of whom idolized the German synthpop pioneers Kraftwerk.

Among the band's notable singles were "Saturdays in Silesia" and "Dancing on the Berlin Wall," from their debut album, Cold War Night Life (1982); and "In Your Eyes" and "Holiday in Bangkok," from Heredity (1985) (both tracks appeared previously on a Rational Youth mini-album from 1983).

In 1999, Rational Youth, with a new lineup of original frontman Howe and new keyboard players Jean-Claude Cutz and Dave Rout, they released their first album in fourteen years, "To The Goddess Electricity".

In 2000, a spe...

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Dr Mateo, Blix and LaRoxx are all active musicians in different Swedish music acts.
United through music they discovered they all shared a passion for the 80s Italo Disco and HI-NRG music.
Playing around in the studio they made the song L’Amour that was sent to one of the biggest record companies in the Italo-Disco genre, Flashback records. They immediately signed the band.

L’Amour became a success in the Italo Disco scene all over the world. Even the B-side Rendez-vous became a hit
Follow up single Strangers in the night with B-side No fear got critical acclaim and people in the business understood that ItaLove was one of the bands to look out for. Lots of bloggers wass writing, and dj’s began including ItaLove...

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