MP3 BLOW-UP - John Travolta
POP / ELECTRONIC / INDIE / EURO HOUSE REMIXES
6 MP3 Songs in this album (34:20) !
Related styles: POP: Pop, ELECTRONIC: Electro
Blow-Up "John Travolta"
WRITTEN, PRODUCED & PERFORMED BY
PAOLO CILIONE & CLAUDIO CAMAIONE
If its true that two heads are better than one, then New York based Italians, Paolo Cilione & Claudio Camaione known as Blow-Up are living proof. They write, perform & produce rhythmic based pop songs that are unique in style, flair and execution. To date, they have yielded two indie Blow-Up albums available at https://www.tradebit.com: "Exploding Plastic Pleasure" (with guest appearances by Debbie Harry of Blondie & Lydia Lunch) and "In Technicolor." Their latest single "John Travolta" already peaked the Euro Pop Radio & Club charts world wide. The video clip for John Travolta was filmed in Istanbul, Turkey and features Performance Artist/Living Paper Cartoon "Ennio Marchetto." Their popularity has opened up an entirely new field for the pair: remixes. Blow-Up''s approach to remixing is far from a layered dance beat with echoed vocals seated on top. They completely rewrite & rerecord the music score and add instrumentation as if it was a fresh new song while keeping it palatable for the dance floor and interesting enough for the home, car and iPOD. Their remixes have transformed familiar songs like Rod Stewart’s “Do You Think I’m Sexy”, Blondie’s “Good Boys”, The Flaming Lips "Ego Tripping" & Yoko Ono''s "Every Man / Every Woman" that was featured on the critically acclaimed "Yes I''m A Witch" LP and released as a single in England. Yoko Ono has now commissioned Blow-Up to mix "Give Peace A Chance." The new Alanis Morrisette single "Not As We" is the new remix by Blow-Up. Arguably the most powerful of Blow-Up’s admirers is Madonna. Blow-Up remixes of “Love Profusion”, "Hollywood" & "Sorry" all hit number one on the Billboard charts and just completed is a mix for "Give It 2 Me" from her LP "Hard Candy." Though Madonna''s stamp of approval gave their business a significant boost, the pop icon had long been an acquaintance. Director Penelope Spheeris (Wayne''s World) chose Camaione & Cilione compositions "Are You Ready To Go? & Let Me See Your Underwear" for her latest movie "The Kid & I" starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Arnold, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Henry Winkler and Shaquille O''Neal. And recently the song "John Travolta" had been included for the soundtrack of the Italian/European blockbuster "Natale In Crociera." The next Blow-Up single "You Really Turn Me On" will be released in 2009.