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8 thoughts on “ Just Young - Holly And The Italians - The Right To Be Italian (CD, Album) ”

  1. May 15,  · The release was abetted with three B-sides and an alternate version of “Miles Away” from the 7″ A-side. The group as such split after this one album, leaving Holly Beth Vincent to go solo for her followup project, which was an album named “Holly + The Italians” but otherwise a 4/5().
  2. I have been a huge fan of Holly Beth Vincent ever since I first heard Holly & The Italians, and I still have my original (but very worn!) 7" single of 'Tell that Girl To Shut Up'. This album should have sold millions and Holly should have gone on to be an international star/5(7).
  3. The release of the single "Tell That Girl To Shut Up" garnered the band a recording contract with Virgin Records. While the single wasn't a very big hit for Holly and the Italians, it would be in when covered by Transvision Vamp. The band recorded their only album, The Right To Be Italian, produced by Richard Gottehrer.
  4. At the beginning of , Holly and the Italians moved to the US and started recording their debut album, The Right to Be Italian, at Electric Lady Studios in New York City with 60s' girl-group producer Shadow Morton. The producer was fired halfway through and replaced with Richard Gottehrer, who started from scratch and recorded at Record Plant Studios in New York City the ten songs of the.
  5. The Right to Be Italian providing the kind of three-chord punk-pop cheap thrills that Joey tried to create with the Ramones. Vincent reinvents the '60s girl-group aesthetic with a snotty attitude and smoldering sexuality, her voice perfect for this sort of material, deep and throaty and uniquely endearing (much like Ramone 's).6/
  6. Holly and The Italians sono/erano la creatura di Holly Beth Vincent nata a Chicago che sul finire degli anni settanta grazie all' esplosione del punk si avvicinò al mondo del rock e formò Holly and The Italians a Londra con il batterista Steve Young e il bassista Mark Sidwick.
  7. Feb 01,  · I have loved this album since it came out in the early 80s. Every song is memorable. It speaks to me and continues to do so. It's a mix between a girl band, punk, and pop. Holly has a great voice that carries a lot of emotion. I've had this album on tape and it was time to move up to a new technology version/5(18).

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