Biography

Radiorama is one of the most important italo disco acts around Europe. It was created and produced by Mauro Farina, Giuliano Crivellente, Paolo Gemma and Marco Bresciani.
Mauro Farina and Simona Zanini were singers. The production of Radiorama started in 1985 with hits like “Aliens”, “Yeti”, “Vampires”, “ABCD” or “Chance To Desire”.
In the 90s, Radiorama kept on recording eurodance hits like “It’s A Lonely Wait”, “Let Me Be”, “Little Bird”, “Touch Me Now”, “Di Da Di”, “Like An Angel”, “Ninna Ninna Oh” or “Beautiiful Man”, all these under the 21th Century Records Company.
New vocalists took part to Radiorama like Cristina Dori, Angelo Martinelli, Jakie B., Juliet, Ricky H., Oscar, Antonella and Fabio Serra.
Radiorama released the tracks “Oh World”, “It’s My Life” and “Magic Butterfly” in 2008 (S.A.I.F.A.M. Group).

Albums: Desires and Vampires (1986), 2nd Album (1987), The Legend (1988), The Best Of (1989), Four Years After (Japan), The Fifth (1990), Golden Hits (1996), World Of Radiorama (1999), Yesterday Today Tomorrow (2002).

Edited by LFM_Helper on 31 Oct 2010, 20:46

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