Like Mirageman this was probably a one-man project, conceived and played by Gianluigi Pezzera, who's worked as sound engineer with many Italian pop artists.

His two albums were totally instrumental and mostly based on keyboards. 
The first one, Frrrrrigidaire, came in 1973 on the EMI subsidiary CiPiTi, containing seven tracks among which the long Multi facet covering the most part of side two. Not entirely convincing, the album has a classical inspired progressive sound, but there are some jazzy and lounge influences here and there.
A single with two tracks from the album, but credited to The Vietnam, was also released on the same label.

A second album, Out off, came five years after his debut as soundtrack to the film of the same name, and is usually considered the best and most accessible of the two, though a bit less progressive. It contained 15 short tracks.


Frrrrrigidaire CiPiTi/EMI (LPOK 5) 1973 multi-foldout cover
Out off Radio (ZPLRR 34052) 1978 single cover



(with picture sleeve)
Transfert 2002
CiPiTi/EMI (CPTNP 1009) 1973 both tracks from Frrrrrigidaire



Both albums are rather rare, especially the first one Frrrrrigidaire, that came with a nice multi-foldout cover and is hence difficult to find in perfect condition.

No counterfeits exist nor foreign issues of the LP's.
A 7" single with Transfert 2002, credited to Le Groupe X, backed with Scherzi pesanti by Remigio Ducros has been issued by the English label Jazzman (JM 037) in 2004.


Frrrrrigidaire - LP, folded cover and label


Frrrrrigidaire - LP, foldout cover

Out off - LP

The Vietnam/Transfert 2002 - 7" single