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|1.||"Meduna Waves" (6:08)|
|2.||"Cosmica 1999" (5:24)|
|1.||"Fear & Money Never Had" (6:06)|
|2.||"Exhibition Of Love" (4:29)|
On first listen, Alessandro Parisi's first outing on Dutch label Charlois sounds like the long-lost score from an obscure Italian re-make of Blade Runner. There's certainly something cinematic about the moody, drawn-out chords and ricocheting drum machine hits of the dark and throbbing "Fear & Money Never Had", while opener "Cosmica 1999" sounds like a cheery jam session between Vangelis and Daniele Baldelli. Elsewhere, he joins the dots between post-punk industrial and Italians Do It Better on the tear-jerking "Exhibition of Love", before taking inspiration from Yazoo's "Situation" and classic chill-wave on the blissful "Virtualand". Bold, beautiful and rich in analogue synthesizers, Naonian City Lights is a fine EP.
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