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The Italian/Belgian duo Aeroplane made a name for themselves in the late 2000s with remixes (mostly notably for Friendly Fires' “Paris”), and though they lost a member along the way, arrived with a full-length album in late 2010. Featuring many guest appearances and a wide-ranging sound that takes in elements of prog rock, disco, alt-rock, modern club sounds, and old-school electronic music, We Can’t Fly is an ambitious debut by an artist (Vito Deluca). The songs like "We Can’t Fly" and "Caramellas" that stick to the established Aeroplane sound of very smooth, very sleek electro-pop work the best; they have a restrained and warm feeling that conjures up nicely relaxed late-night chillout sessions.

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Brussels, Belgium

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Aeroplane is a Belgian electronica act with a cosmic disco style that made its full-length album debut with We Can't Fly in 2010. Founded in 2007 in Brussels, Aeroplane began as a duo comprised of Stephen Fasano and Vito Deluca, the latter of whom was born in Belgium to Italian parents. Influenced by both the disco and soundtrack work of Giorgio Moroder, the duo made its recording debut with the "Aeroplane" single in 2007 on Eskimo Records, followed by the "Pacific Air Race" single later in the year....
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