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Italo house (often simply referred to as "Italian" or "Italian house" in the UK) is a form of house music originating in Italy. Typically popular in Italy, Britain and United States since the late 1980s, it fuses house music and Italo disco. The genre's main musical characteristic is its use of predominantly electronic piano chords in a more lyrical form than classic Chicago house records. The best known example is Black Box's "Ride on Time", but the genre became very popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s for the uplifting and anthemic tunes against the background of indie-dance.[citation needed]

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"Italo-house" as it became known in the early 1990s was a happy, euphoric sound; pioneered essentially by the production stable of Gianfranco Bortolotti, whose alter egos included Cappella, R.A.F., East Side Beat[1] and the 49ers. Records produced in Italy dominated the UK dance charts of 1990/91 with tunes including Asha's "JJ Tribute"; DJ H's "Think About"; Last Rhythm's "Last Rhythm" and Jinny's "Keep Warm" signifying the uplifting, happy vibe. Artists such as K-Klass, Bassheads and Felix built on the Italian piano sound to create uplifting tunes still played out today, although the pioneers of the sound such as DJ Sasha have long since left the happy vibe of piano house to concentrate on other styles.[2]


See also


  1. ^, annata 1992
  2. ^ Nathan Brackett; Christian David Hoard, eds. (2004). Rolling Stone Album Guide (Fireside; 4th ed.). p. 718. ISBN 0-7432-0169-8.

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