Given that Giovanni Damico's last outing on Lumberjacks in Hell, "The Essential EP", was such a superb set of tracks, hopes are undoubtedly sky-high for the Italian's belated return to Marcel Vogel's imprint. We can confirm that "The Sounds of Revolution" is another stellar effort, with the title track - a killer jazz-funk-meets-disco number rich in fuzzy bass, spacey synth solos and a simple but effective lead vocal. Damico also shows his singing skills on the eyes-closed electrofunk brilliance of "My Music" and the driving, synth-sporting disco-funk hustle of "Italians In A Line". Arguably best of all, though, is "La Samba E Il Mare", another spacey, warm and electronic jazz-funk number that reminded us a little of the work of fellow Italians Nu Guinea.
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