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Three Of You - Grace Album
Three Of You - Grace Album
Performer: Three Of You
Title: Grace
Label: Academy Records
Country: Italy
Released: 1986
Style: Italo-Disco
Cat: ACD 8521
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2662 mb | MP3 size: 2437 mb | WMA size: 1780 mb
Genre: Electronic
Tracklist

1Grace5:57
2Grace Graceland5:40

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AMD 048Three Of You Grace ‎(12", Maxi, Ltd, RE, Gre)Around My Dream RecordsAMD 048US2018

Credits

  • CoverAlex Saltini
  • Lead VocalsVenonville
  • Mixed By, Backing VocalsSteve Martin
  • ProducerT.O.Y.
  • Programmed By, Drums, SynthesizerMaximilian Dietrich Mangoni
  • Written-ByMangoni, Venon Ville

Notes

Special thanks to:
Silvia S. - D Jingo

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

Companies

  • Distributed By – Disco Magic S.r.l.
  • Published By – Lombardoni Edizioni Musicali

Video

Comments (4)
Joony
This fantastic Italo disco masterpiece is being released on the amazing Around My Dream records (USA) coming out in July 2018! With both original tracks as the original 12" has and on colored vinyl too! YEAH!!
Kagalkree
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THIS IS THE SHIT!!
It's sooo hard to find great heavy weight dark Italo-Disco records which sound a lot like Wave! Lucky me I found it by clicking through some favourite lists from users here! From 0 to 2 after "Gitano" in my top ten now!! So if you have a near mint copy for sale let me know! I will pay good money!
Jieylau
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Olelifan
Great release and the first by Three Of You. The instrumentals in this are bizarre and endearingly dark in an almost hypnotic way. Riccardo Gioli (aka Venonville) offers up some effectively disturbed vocals, especially before the chorus and Steve Martin (a DJ, not the actor), who himself has a few Italo-Disco singles (my favourite being Roxide which coincidentally also involves Mangoni and Gioli from T.O.Y.) features on some strained (in a good way) backing vocals. And how can you not love that intro synth and the pitched down voice over. The side B is great too. It is equally hypnotic, but with a key difference being in the drum sequencing. It could almost be the theme of some obscure 80s horror film. Also contained is some great use of classic synth bells, a prominent feature of many mid-late 80s tracks. A black and white cover featuring the upside down reflection of a tree in some mud also adds to the overall feeling the record produces. This is in my opinion very, very, very easily the best record on the Academy label and a near classic example of the pairing of Italo-Disco and Darkwave.