|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Spacer / Spaceland||3||Audio||1996||Whole Records|
|2||My Heart For You||3||Audio||1995||Whole Records|
|3||Only For You||4||Audio||1997||Discomagic Records|
|5||So In Love With You||5||Audio||1997||Subside Records|
|6||Night Fever||4||Audio||1997||Subside Records|
Italian DJ-producer (Rome, 13 Feb.,1959, † Tallin, Estonia, 6 Jan.,1998, after 6 days in a coma). Great worker, used to do three jobs at once; on his record stores in Rome (before was [i]Best Record # 5[/i], then [i]Mix Up[/i]), as club-DJ at [i]Baia Imperiale[/i] in Gabicce and then at [i]Seven Up[/i] in Formia, which was in the 80s the biggest disco-club in Europe, also sponsor of 12" [i]Heat The Beat[/i] by [a=Sal Wood] (always himself), Italo-Disco tune arranged by [a=Marco Colucci] and released by [a=Claudio Casalini] on [l=Jumbo Records], label where the owner of [l=House Of Music] took refuge in the 1984 from the overwhelming power of the "major", holding the position as label manager. His disco products (co-produced with [a=Stefano Zito]) still are considered true masterpieces of [i]Italo-Disco[/i] genre, much in demand for sampling. In the 90s Carlo Favilli worked very closely with [a=Vanni Giorgilli] and [a=Maurizio Cristofori]. He died prematurely in still mysterious circumstances.