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    one of the most innovative Italian pop composers

    the most incredible things is that his songs are filled with very educated references, he uses an incredible culturally rich imaginary and renders it all through catchy tunes, futuristic for his times (80's) too.




    here he talks about meditation, breathing, Gurdjeff, preying



    here he talks about the use of philosophical words in his tunes

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    IEI/LII?

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    mb ILI

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    I think Si hmm

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    LII-Ti? His music seemed very alpha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roger557 View Post
    LII-Ti? His music seemed very alpha.
    I agree he seems LII. The way he moves and expresses himself seems IJ, doesn't have the edge of ILI, and he doesn't seem to have good command over Fe. Also agree that his music seems Ne-valuing.

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