Seventeen years strong, Sexmob are a venerable New York City music institution. The band's four founding members - Steven Bernstein, Briggan Krauss, Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen - defy genre, instead replacing it with their own inimitable musical language.
It's fitting then that for their first new album since the Grammy-nominated Sexotica over six years, Sexmob would choose to re-imagine the music of Nino Rota. It was Rota's imaginative compositions that set the tone for the surrealist films of the legendary director Federico Fellini. The 13-track collection is a welcome return to form by these giants of the NYC downtown scene as they fearlessly explode musical parameters.
- 1. Amacord
- 2. Il Teatrino Delle Suore (Juliet Of The Spirits)
- 3. La Strada
- 4. Volpina (Amacord)
- 5. Paparazzo (La Dolce Vita)
- 6. Toby Dammit's Last Act (Spirits Of The Dead)
- 7. La Dolce Vita
- 8. Zamparo (La Strada)
- 9. Nadia Gray (La Dolce Vita)
- 10. The Grand Hotel (Amacord)
- 11. Gelsomina (La Strada)
- 12. I Vitelloni