L'arca di Noè

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L'arca di Noè
Arca battiato.jpg
Studio album by Franco Battiato
Recorded 1982
Genre pop rock, Synthpop, Progressive rock
Label EMI Italiana
Producer Angelo Carrara
Franco Battiato chronology
La voce del padrone
(1981)
L'arca di Noè (1982) Orizzonti perduti (1983)
Singles from L'arca di Noè
  1. "Voglio vederti danzare"
    Released: february 1983

L'arca di Noè (Italian for "Noah's Ark") is an album by the Italian singer-songwriter Franco Battiato. It was released in 1982 by EMI Italiana. During the first weeks of 1983 Battiato sold about 550,000 copies of L'arca di Noè.[1]

Reception[edit]

An article in the Italian newspaper La Stampa accused Battiato of enclosing in the LP the "culture of the new right",[1] referring in particular to the first song of the album, "Radio Varsavia".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Radio Varsavia"
  2. "Clamori"
  3. "L'esodo"
  4. "Scalo a Grado"
  5. "La torre"
  6. "New Frontiers"
  7. "Voglio vederti danzare"

Sources[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b 1

See also[edit]