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The political contraposition in Italy was so strong that the Italian musical scene couldn’t help but be deeply influenced by this atmosphere. The left wing was dominant in the music field, thanks to the organisation of concerts and to the links between some bands and the protest movements of the students. To go to a concert in the Seventies was considered a political act and you had to take precise, resolute positions. Furthermore, there was the tendency to judge the artists not because of the quality of their music but on the basis of ideological criteria and the bands that were not politically involved or whose commitment was not clear or was evanescent were frequently attacked . Among the more committed and militant bands there were Area, Stormy Six and Osanna. Osanna even inserted a fragment of the communist anthem “Bandiera rossa” in the song “Mirror Train” on their debut album.