Il Grillo e la Formica
Avida perfectly fit in with a kind of underground music that was getting all the rage in Italy in those days: nonsense music (musica demenziale). The structures were intentionally primitive, often made on cheap electronics. Maurizio Damis vocals , inspired on early 60s Italian singers (to carry on and close the typical 20 years cycle of revivals), such as Edoardo Vianello, had an appealing mix of trash and humour. Avida was essen tially a live band. Their performances were a mix of theatre and music, where visuals played a major role. Anyway, today some of that music still sounds interesting and not only due to its lyric. In our opinion about the best music Alexander Robotnik ever made!
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