Also known as LIN
Members of L.I.N.: David Loop, Davide Balbo
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.myspace.com/laseritalianation

Discography of L.I.N.:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 00 Mind 10 Audio 1996 Sub/Mission Records
2 Frames 4 Audio 1994 Unknown Label (2)
3 Web 4 Audio 1996 Sub/Mission Records
4 Subterminal 4 Audio 1996 Sub/Mission Records
5 L.I.N. Code 3 Audio 1992 Not On Label
6 La Folie 12 Audio 1999 Dune

L.I.N. (Laser Italia Nation) project was born in the early 1991 in Venice. The first single "L.I.N. Code", soon after produced by the newborn label New Sound Records in Ferrara, came out simultaneously with the clip "When The Reality Was Very Different", focusing on the concept of fractal in all its manifestation.

These very first productions clearly show that multimediality was the preferred way of communicating of the band, enjoying the combination and dissociation of electro sounds, voice recording and 3D graphic art videos. This experiment draw the attention of the Italian TV channel Videomusic, at the time very sensitive to alternative sounds. The band took part to several telecasts. In 1992, L.I.N. turned up in all Italy with "The Fractal", produced by KLF Music/Discomagic and the 2 videos "Dd Sky" and "I See You".

In 1993, after lots of months spent in the studio, "Frames" was recorded. The album has its roots in L.I.N.'s discography and it's really appreciated by [a=Adi Newton], inventor of [a=Clock DVA], who let the Venetian banb play with the famous from Sheffield in some of their Italian performances.

L.I.N. then left KLF Music, joined sub/mission producer in Florence and cooperate with [a=Paolo Favati] and [a=Maurizio Fasolo]. Together with the 2 past members of [a=Pankow], L.I.N. produced "00 Mind", containing a remix of [a=Lassigue Bendthaus] and featuring [a=Marcello Michelotti] by [a=Neon (10)] and the singles "Web" and "Subterminal" - remixed by [a=Test Dept.] [l=CGD East West] distributed them in Italy, [l=SPV GmbH] in Europe.

1999 was the turning point. After years of EBM experimentation, L.I.N. choose the pop way and recorded "La Folie" with [a=Gianni Maroccolo], bass-guitar in "State Of The Art".

10 years later, L.I.N. went back to studios to revisit "00 Mind" and "The Fractal", plus several inedited sounds supported by short movies as background. The album was produced by [a=Giorgio Ricci (3)] and [a=David Loop].

One of [a=David Loop]'s latest passions is creating short movies with sampling images, a veiled and cinematographic evolution.

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