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Matia Bazar

Matia Bazar
Origin Genoa, Italy
Genres Pop, Italian popular music, New Wave, synthpop
Years active 1975–present
Labels EMI, Virgin, Ariston
Associated acts Antonella Ruggiero, Carlo Marrale
Members Giancarlo Golzi
Piero Cassano
Silvia Mezzanotte
Fabio Perversi
Past members Antonella Ruggiero
Aldo Stellita
Carlo Marrale
Mauro Sabbione
Sergio Cossu
Laura Valente
Roberta Faccani

Matia Bazar is an Italian musical group formed in Genoa in 1975. The original members of the group are Piero Cassano, Aldo Stellita and Carlo Marrale. Antonella Ruggiero was the first singer in the group. The group represented Italy in the 1979 Eurovision Song Contest with a song called Raggio di luna.

Ti Sento was their major hit. It was number one in Belgium and Italy.




  • Piero Cassano - vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards (1975-1981, 1999-present)
  • Giancarlo Golzi - drums (1975-present)
  • Aldo Stellita - bass guitar (1975-1998)
  • Carlo Marrale - 1975-1994
  • Mauro Sabbione- 1981-1984
  • Sergio Cossu - 1984-1998
  • Fabio Perversi - keyboards, violin, backing vocals (1999-present)


  • Matia Bazar 1 - 1976
  • Gran Bazar - 1977
  • L'oro dei Matia Bazar - 1977
  • Semplicita' - 1978
  • Tournee - 1979
  • Il tempo del sole - 1980
  • ..Berlino... Parigi... Londra - 1981
  • Tango - 1983
  • Aristocratica -1984
  • Melanchólia - 1985
  • Meló - 1987
  • Matia Bazar - Best - 1988
  • Red corner - 1989
  • Anime pigre - 1991
  • Tutto il mondo dei Matia Bazar - 1992
  • Gold - 1992
  • Dove le Canzoni si avverano - 1993
  • Radiomatia - 1995
  • Tutto il meglio dei Matia Bazar - 1996
  • Benvenuti a Sausalito - 1997
  • Brivido caldo - 2000
  • Dolce canto – 2001
  • Messaggi dal vivo – 2002
  • Profili svelati - 2005
  • One1 Two2 Three3 Four4 - 2007
  • One1 Two2 Three3 Four4 (volume due) - 2008
  • Conseguenza Logica - 2011

External links

  • Official site
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