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Formed by brothers Carmelo and Michelangelo La Bionda in 1970, pop and dance duo La Bionda is best known for their Italo disco hits “One for You, One for Me” (1978) and “I Wanna Be Your Lover” (1980). The duo began their music career in 1970 as a songwriting team, penning songs for artists such as Ricchi e Poveri and Mia Martini. La Bionda then recorded two albums of acoustic ballads - Fratelli La Bionda s.r.l. (1972) and Tutto Va Bene (1977) – before embracing the disco movement in 1977. Moving to Munich, Germany, the duo formed two separate recording groups. They first musical project was D.D. Sound (Disco Delivery Sound), who recorded four albums and charted with several hits including "1-2-3-4 Gimme Some More." Their second and most high-profile musical project was La Bionda, whose first self-titled album was released in 1978 and included the hits "There for Me" and "One for You, One for Me.” La Bionda's next three albums - Bandido (1979), High Energy (1979 ) and I Wanna Be Your Lover (1980) – helped to usher in the Italo disco music genre. They also achieved success with hit singles such as "Bandido" (1979), "Disco Roller" (1979), and "I Wanna Be Your Lover” (1980). While they were successful as a recording unit, the brothers decided to work behind the scenes, writing and producer Italo disco artists including Righeira, who scored hits with the La Bionda-penned songs “Vamos a la Playa” and “No Tengo Dinero.” La Bionda then began writing music for movies, television, and advertising. They established their own recording studio – Logic Studios – in Milan, Italy in 1985, and hosted international artists such as Ray Charles, Robert Palmer, Paul Young, Depeche Mode, Laura Pausini, Rihanna, and others. Carmelo La Bionda died on November 5, 2022, at the age of 73.