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Guido Mineo - 1990 In Staccato Heaven



ARTIST: Guido Mineo
ALBUM: In Staccato Heaven
LABEL: Teldec
SERIAL: 9031-72166-1
YEAR: 1990

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN:

LINEUP: Guido Mineo (a.k.a Guido Vitale) - vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards

Manuel Lopez, Hewi Gondwe - guitars * Michael Ruff - keyboards, piano, organ, bass, DX-7 bass programming * Benjamin Hllenkramer - fretless bass, 5-string bass * Reggie Worthy, Curt Cress, Christian Hasselbring - bass * Victoria Miles, Stefan Frank, Jocelyn B. Smith, Katharina Zschoche, Sam Brown - backing vocals

TRACK LISTING: 01 Victims Of * 02 Roses * 03 Lay Down * 04 Run To You * 05 Sweet One * 06 Win That Game * 07 Second Chance * 08 Waiting * 09 Pretty Lonesome * 10 Your Love * 11 Shock Den Affen


Background
I don't know a lot about Guido Mineo, as there's zero information on the guy across the Net. I believe his real name is Guido Vitale, and though it might appear that this is an Italian project, it's not - it's sourced from Germany. There are a host of backing musicians, most notably former Saga member Curt Cress. The album was released through the Teldec label, home to other German acts such as Laos. 'In Staccato Heaven' is a nice blend of hi-tech AOR and Euro pop, something the Germans made a habit of during the late 80's and early 90's (think Channel 5, Balanx, Beau Heart, Jojo, Valet Parking and so on). As far as I'm aware, this was initially released an an LP, but may have seen a CD release along the way somewhere, the details of which I'm unsure.


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#1 | swazi on August 15 2011 18:49:13
The Teldec CD version has been released in 1990 as well. Really a great and enjoyable disc, which I can't find any fault with!
 
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