Savage's Italo disco classic 'Don't Cry Tonight' is one of the 180 best songs of the 1980s.
Below is a clip of Savage performing the song on an old Italian show called 'Disco Inverno' (WARNING: THIS LOOKS LIKE THE GREATEST TV PROGRAMME OF ALL TIME) — notable not just for the unusual sound of a real audience going really mental but also for the fact that there's well over a minute of song before the vocal comes in. It's a minute of brilliant atmosphere and amazingness.
He did some other stuff as well. As his offical site's bio puts it, "Savage is the original 80's italodisco pop star, worldwide famous singer and platinium record producer of Europop and house artists such as Corona, Alexia, Double You and Ice Mc. Composer and writer of various multimillion worldwide hits".
Anwyay he's been touring again recently and 'due to popular demand' etc has recorded A NEW SONG with A NEW ALBUM ready for next year. The song — get this one out quick — is called 'Twothousandnine', it's a bit like 'USSR' but let's not let that get in the way, and this is it.
That's right — it sounds exactly how you'd want it to sound. Good stuff.