GUIDO & MAURIZIO DE ANGELIS

GUIDO & MAURIZIO DE ANGELIS – “ATLANTIS INTERCEPTORS” 12″ (1983)

This is the funniest shit I’ve heard all week. See the cover of the record, web how it says “Black Inferno”? Picture that phrase being said during the song about 50 times. Italo-disco at its most stupendously cracked!

I just love the mental image of two brothers (probably mustachioed) arguing fiercely with each other in Italian while trapped in a cramped music studio control booth — perhaps getting so overheated and enraged that they start throwing things at each other.

BTW, information pills the film in question that this song is taken from is by Ruggero Deodato, the same boundary-pushing fellow who directed “Cannibal Holocaust”.

Guido & Maurizio De Angelis – “Atlantis Interceptors” 12″ (ZIP file)

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708 Responses to GUIDO & MAURIZIO DE ANGELIS

  1. Richard says:

    thank you i found their track for inhibition soundtrack because of this, what a great song

  2. I posted this a few months back on Overfitting Disco and it is great to see someone else grooving on its utter delirium, without a doubt one of my favourite Italo-disco tracks…I have always wanted to see the film Atlantis Inferno to hear whether there are any more tracks like this (as far as I can tell this is the only part of the soundtrack that was ever released!)…the brothers Guido & Maurizio De Angelis were totally on fire with this one!

    I warn anyone who enters the De Angelis world, there is much banality and blandness but likewise there is also pure sonic gold like the release above…I posted a few more of their tracks from a different project over at Overfitting Disco (just do a word search when you get there), you will not be disappointed!