|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Disco Scudetto||2||Audio||1985||Factory Sound Studio|
|3||Ciao Amigo / Ciao Amigo (Parte 2)||2||Audio||1983||Mantra Records (3)|
Executive producer and president of The Saifam Group. One of founders of [l=S.A.I.F.A.M.] in 1981.
Mauro Farina established in 1981 his own Factory Sound Studio and The S.A.I.F.AM. Group in Verona. Present has 6 studios and manages 37 labels under today big music corporation S.A.I.F.A.M. First Italo Disco single “You And Me’ released in 1983 while was member of his band Caravan, where he started singing in 70s. In the same year established with Giuliano Crivellente and Giacomo Maiolini Time Records. After big successes in japanese market, he decided to left Time Records with G. Crivellente and has entrusted record company G. Maiolini. When in 1988 to M. Farina and G. Crivellente joined Florian Fadinger started Asia Records, label specializing in Italo Disco and Eurobeat most popular in Japan. Trio FCF (from the first letters of the names) became so popular, that on sale appeared cups, umbrellas and shirts with logo of the FCF. They produced for a smaller labels like FCF Records, Radiorama Productions and Flea Records. After the decision to build third studio, M. Farina and G. Crivellente created Factory Team with Johnny Di Martino (Johnny Mix) and Fabio Serra. Johnny Di Martino changed Laurent Gelmetti as main mixes coordinator and took over function as main sound engineer. M. Farina and F. Serra were responsible for guitar and keyboard arrangements. Their music was promoted in Japan mostly by Alfa International and Canyon International record labels. The most of That’s Eurobeat series, included FCF songs. From 1986 to 1991 M. Farina sold 8 millions albums and received 11 gold and 3 platinum disc awards.