- Category : Singer - Popular
- Type : PE
- Profile : 6/2 - Role Model / Hermit
- Definition : Split - Small (16)
- Incarnation Cross : LAX The Alpha 2
Lùnapop was an Italian pop rock music group, active between 1999 and 2001.
Lùnapop released its lone full length Italian-language album, Squérez?, in 1999. The album quickly became a commercial success: its lead single, \"50 special,\" hit number one on the Italian charts in 1999, and Squérez? was the third-best selling album in Italy in 2000. The band won awards as Italy\'s best band, best album, and best newcomer in 2000.
Lùnapop was also nominated for a 2000 MTV Europe Music Award, and won the 2000 Festivalbar award for their single \"Qualcosa di grande.\"
Lùnapop split up in 2001.
Cesare Cremonini (born in Bologna, 27 March 1980) - vocals and piano
Andrea Capoto (Gallipoli, 3 July 1980) - percussions
Michele Giuliani (Bologna, 14 August 1980) - electric guitar
Alessandro De Simone (Bologna, 19 October 1980) - drums
Gabriele Galassi (Bologna, 27 January 1981) - acoustic guitar
Nicola \"Ballo\" Balestri (Bologna, 20 June 1982) - bass guitar
In 2008, three members of the group Gabrielle Gallassi, Alessandro De Simone, and Andrea Capoti formed the band Liberpool.