Terraferma is the former 883 singer's third solo album, and his first in four years. Produced by Claudio Cecchetto and Pier Paolo Peroni, this set of alternatively buoyant and melancholic pop/rock tunes, with a wink to old favorites such as Devo, Tom Petty, and Trio, is well served by Pezzali's warm, engaging voice. The album includes the singles "Credi," "Quello Che Comunemente Noi Chiamiamo Amore," and "Il Mio Secondo Tempo," the latter performed by Pezzali at the 2011 Sanremo Festival. A new edition of Terraferma released a few months later adds three bonus tracks, among them a version of the traditional folk song "Mamma Mia Dammi Cento Lire" with Arisa.
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AllMusic Review by Mariano Prunes