Format LP
Label Hate
Release date 2011

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italian 50s madman - here's the label info: CLEM SACCO was a man ahead of his time. Too much for late 50s Italy, for the conservative journalists and small-town unenlightened record producers of the time. But now, time is making justice. At last!!! In 1957 Clem is literally knocked out by the just born rocknroll music, listening to Bill Haley, Elvis Presley, Little Richard, and especially Gene Vincent and the animal englishman Wee Willie Harris! Clem Sacco style is so unique and different from the other italian rocknroll singers like Celentano, Little Tony, Ghigo, Guidone..Hes so wild and savage, his performance is primitive, hilarious and ironic, and his lyrics are so weird and sharp! He writes his own lyrics and sings about (kissing!)varicose veins, boiled eggs, and various silly and weird behaviours. Gatefold LP, limited pressing.


A1 Il Deficiente (Papà Voglio Un Quarto Di Leone)
A2 L'Uovo Alla Coque (Alt. Vers.)
A3 Chunga Twist
A4 Agnese's Rock
A5 Bobby Mordilo
A6 La Vena Varicosa
A7 L'Angolino Dell'Amore
A8 L'Uovo Alla Coque
A9 I'm Shake
B1 Twist Di Mezzanotte
B2 Teppist
B3 Beba Al Mama
B4 Pina
B5 Tesoro, Non Temere
B6 Glendora
B7 Let's Slop
B8 Skynny Minnie