LP, 180 grams black vinyl 500 hand numbered copies The label is called SPETTRO (the word has two meanings in Italian, it means “spectrum” but also “ghost”) and the releases will be split in two series : SPETTRO LIBRARY and SPETTRO SOUNDTRACK - this is SPETTRO LIBRARY! TRACKLIST : A1. Disagio Sociale 1:40 A2. Campagne Abbandonate 2:20 A3. Classe Operaia 2:55 A4. Classe Operaia (Version Flute) 2:47 A5. Classe Operaia (Version Spinette/Flute) 2:21 A6. Disoccupazione 1:57 A7. Disoccupazione (Version Spinette) 1:57 B1. Movimento Sindacale 2:05 B2. Casa Di Riposo 2:10 B3. Riformatorio 1:43 B4. Riformatorio (Version Guitar) 1:38 B5. Mano D’opera 1:37 B6. Coscienza Di Classe 1:45 B7. Coscienza Di Classe (Version Piano) 2:02 B8. Scuola Rurale 1:48 Ruscigan is Guido Baggiani, neapolitan composer and trumpet player, ex Karlheinz Stockhausen’s student. Ruscigan is Piero Umiliani, one of the most important Masters in Italian music, author of dozens of soundtracks and library recordings. “Disagio Sociale” was always considered as Umiliani’s solo work, even though it’s not part of his detailed and official discography as, i.e., “Viaggio nel domani". Despite all the mystery and the discomfort of not knowing, the re-release of “Disagio sociale” is now available for the first time on vinyl. Title songs were and still are actual and prophetics: ‘Disoccupazione’ (unemployement), ‘Classe operaia’ (working class) (yes, but which one now?), ‘Campagne abbandonate’ (forsaken farmlands), ‘Casa di riposo’ (rest home), ‘Riformatorio’ (Reformatory), speak about Italy in the ’70s, outdated yet still existing. Moods and textures belong to those years - we are in 1971, when ‘68 political echoes still resound in citizens’ ears and minds. The Morriconian’s and almost western theme of ‘Movimento sindacale’ (labour movement) stands for redemption and labor and human rights, but melancholy and frustration are the main.