Recently discovered by various bloggers (such Crispy Nuggets) and ‘391 Marche’ compilation, he is one of the pioneers of the Italian Cold Wave and Electronic Body Music . His style has evolved during the eighties, passing from an icy and radical cold wave to a more dancing sound with noticeable rythmics and exclusively synthetic melodies mixed up with punk attitude. This anthology is the best selection of his musical production released between 1981-1985.
Joe D'Elirio and The Exxess "S/T" LP
|A2||–The Exxess||No Heaven Teras|
|A3||–The Exxess||Walking Down The Subway|
|A4||–The Exxess||Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy|
|B1||–Joe D'Elirio||Marilin Pills|
|B3||–Joe D'Elirio||153 What's Your Name|
Started as a singer in a punk band in 1977, The Hot Pins, Aurelio Laloni, aka Joe D’Elirio, is a sort of small legend of italian underground music. His main musical influences ranging from Velvet Underground to Kraftwerk, from the Stooges to Giorgio Moroder.