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|ORL 8127||Franco Battiato||1972 Fetus / Pollution (LP, Comp)||Ricordi||ORL 8127||Italy||1979|
|ORK 78127||Franco Battiato||1972 Fetus / Pollution (Cass, Comp)||Ricordi||ORK 78127||Italy||1979|
|21-709||Franco Battiato||1972 Fetus / Pollution (Cass, Comp)||BCN Records||21-709||Spain||1995|
|ORL 8127||Franco Battiato||1972 Fetus / Pollution (LP, Comp)||Ricordi||ORL 8127||Italy||Unknown|
|CDOR 8127||Franco Battiato||1972 Fetus / Pollution (CD, Comp)||Ricordi||CDOR 8127||Italy||1990|
Franco Battiato - 1972 Fetus Pollution Vinyl Album LP Italy 1st Press 1979. After some singles in a melodic, commercial style, in 1972 Franco Battiato took a more challenging musical direction for his first full length album on Bla Bla Records blending Italian melody with experimental electronic sounds. The result is "Fetus", a concept album written in collaboration with Sergio Albergoni and producer Pino Massara and recorded with the help of a team of skilled musicians featuring, among others, Gianfranco D'Adda, Gianni Mocchetti and Sergio Almangano.
Pollution is the second studio album by the Italian progressive rock musician Franco Battiato. It was released in 1972 on the experimental label Bla Bla (catalogue no. BBXL10002). It reached N. 9 in the Italian Album charts. Il Silenzio Del Rumore (2:48). 31 Dicembre 1999 - Ore 9 (0:20). Ti Sei Mai Chiesto Quale Funzione Hai? (3:35).
The album, considered by Battiato himself his best work for the balance between music and lyrics, contained the hit "Nomadi" ("Nomads"), originally recorded by Alice and written by his old friend Juri Camisasca, who in the meantime had retired to a Benedictin monastery. In 2013 he signed a publishing deal with. Sulle corde di Aries (1973).
Franco Battiato is often heralded as Italy’s answer to Brian Eno. A quizzical composer, lyricist, Battiato turned pop music upside down in the early ‘70s with three classic LPs-Fetus, Pollution and Sulle Corde Di Aries-that formed a confluence of avant-folk sensibilities and analog electronics. Pollution from 1972 is the captivating follow-up to Fetus. Like its predecessor, the album features Baroque textures, motorik rhythms, weird tape effects and Battiato’s perfectly oblique vocals. Upon hearing Pollution, Frank Zappa joyfully proclaimed it genius.
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Dedicated to the Centro Internazionale Studi Magnetici, Battiato's second album starts with an elegant orchestra and chatter of partygoing guests - a bit like the start of Roxy Music's debut record only with an even more rarified atmosphere. But with the sudden intrusion of his spoken-word vocals, which fade into the mix before an explosion heralds the arrival of his own backing band, things take a nicely different turn