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CCCP Fedeli alla linea (Musical group)

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    • found: Un giorno di fuoco, 2009:title frame (name not given)
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 30, 2013(Consorzio Suonatori Indipendenti, also C.S.I. ("Consortium of Independent Players") is an Italian band evolved from former punk/art band СССР Fedeli alla linea. C.S.I. were founded in 1992 by Giovanni Lindo Ferretti and Massimo Zamboni, along with original members of the Italian band Litfiba. The naming conventions of the band followed political changes occurring around the time of the fall of the Berlin wall. Whereas the earlier band's name referenced the Cyrillic lettering for CCCP (i.e. USSR), "CSI" follows the conventions of the Italian acronym for the newly-established Commonwealth of Independent States [Comunità di Stati Indipendenti]. After Zamboni departed in 2000, the remaining members of C.S.I. continued in the form of Per Grazia Ricevuta)
    • found: OndaRock (major Italian music webzine), Aug. 30, 2013Archivio: CCCP/CSI, Il punk sovietico (The CCCP was born in 1982 in Berlin, after a meeting between Giovanni Lindo Ferretti (vocals) and Massimo Zamboni (guitars). The two created a drum mashine and performed around Germany, referring to punk expressionist Einsturzende Neubauten. After their return to Italy, the band's style became a mixture of the popular Emiliano-Romagnolo culture filtered by punk ethics and aesthetics. CCCP turned into CSI (Consortium of Independent Musicians) in 1992, at a concert in Prato. Discography: Socialismo e Barbarie, 1987; Canzoni, preghiere, danze del II millennio, 1989; Epica Etica Etnica Pathos, 1990; Ecco i miei gioielli, 1992; Enjoy CCCP Fedeli alla linea (antologia), 1994; Live in Punkow, 1996)
    • found: Wikipedia, Sept. 2, 2013(CCCP Fedeli alla linea; active 1982-1990; an Italian band. The band's style was self-defined by the members themselves as "Musica Melodica Emiliana -- Punk Filosovietico." The name stems from the Cyrillic script for SSSR, Russian acronym for the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, although pronounced following the Italian phonetics. CCCP left behind the stereotypes of punk rock, and reached for a genre-defying convergence of militant rock, industrial music, Folk, electropop, Middle Eastern music, and even chamber music; also introducing elements of expressionist theatre and existentialist philosophy in their live shows)
    • found: OCLC database, Sept. 2, 2013(usage: CCCP Fedeli alla Linea)
    • notfound: All music, Sept. 2, 2013.
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