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Album Review

Almost a counterpart to 2002's Tracks, which covers Vasco Rossi's work for EMI after 1989, Tutto Vasco surveys Rossi's first decade, from 1979's Che Cosa Vuoi Che Sia una Canzone to 1987's C'è Chi Dice No. Boasting 32 songs to Tracks' 24, and arguably much stronger albums to choose from, Tutto Vasco should get the nod in a direct comparison. A great compendium of Rossi's early work, this double set is full of absolute classics such as "Albachiara," "Vita Spericolata," "Bollicine," "Siamo Solo Noi," "Vado al Massimo," "Colpa d'Alfredo," "Brava Giulia," and many more. Still, it cannot be considered a definitive anthology, for even if Rossi's later albums were not as strong as before, these invariably continued to produce hits, such as "Sally" and "Ti Prendo e Ti Porto Via," all missing from this collection.

Customer Reviews

Sempre Bravo Vasco!

I would definatly suggest this album to anyone who enjoys classic rock, and great singles all on one cd.

Tutto Vasco

This album has such a vitality that even if it is rock has the romanticism, it reminds me of Lucio Battisti with more fire.

fortissimo Vasco

e' grandioso ..dopo anni riascolto le tue canzoni e sembrano sempre nuove e fresche grande vasco! another great italian artist!


Born: February 4, 1952 in Zocca, Italy

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Doubtless Italy's biggest rock star, Vasco Rossi is not only the most successful Italian singer since the 1980s, but he is also the most realistic and consistent incarnation of the triad of sex, drugs (or alcohol), and rock & roll. Ignored -- when not hated -- by the critics but adored by his fans, Rossi was the first Italian artist to tour the stadiums (at the end of the 1980s), reaching the apex of a popularity that has survived uncountable trend changes and at least two full decades. His songs,...
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