Italian rock-band Timoria produced its live debut within the middle-’80s as an starting act for United kingdom Wire at Milan’s Prego Club. After creating a contribution to Amnesty International with an antiwar-oriented tune known as “Signorno,” Timoria’s EP Macchine E Dollari was released, accompanied by the band’s initial record Colori Che Esplondoro, made by Litfiba’s bassist Gianni Maroccolo in 1990. Shortly the group participated in San Remo’s Celebration with “L’uomo Che Trip,” launching Ritmo E Dolore in March of 1991, accompanied by 1992’s Storie Per Vivere and 1993’s Viaggio Senza Vento. They performed at Sonoria’s Celebration that same season, alongside Whitesnake and Aerosmith. In Feb of 2001, Timoria released Un Topo Grand Resort.