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The Second Album from One of the Most Successful Italian Pop Artists of 2002 who Has Gone on to International Stardom Far Beyond the Borders of his Homeland. The 13 Tracks Further Expand his Repertoire with Elements of Blues and Electronic Music.
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There are several parallels between "Rosso Relativo" and 111: mainly, two driving singles with similar sounds: Xverso's oh-so-naughty heavy breathing and sneered delivery evoke Xdono, the gentle declarations of Sere nere bring to mind the haunting Imbranato.
On "Centoundici," Tiziano tries a novel new sound: jazz. On Temple Bar his smoky, husky voice works perfectly to his advantage on this gorgeous torch song. Master jazz pianist Dado Moroni coaxes out a melancholy backing, along with soprano sax and snare brushes.
Other standouts include the quirky In Bagno In Aeroporto, the hip-hop rhythmic Mia Nonna and 10 Piegamenti, the tender ballads Sere Nere, Non Me Lo So Spiegare, Chi Non Ha Talento Insegna, and 13 Anni. There's not a stinker here, folks. No generic filler. No bubblegum lyrics. Only genuine TzN.