"Suicidal" by Amin Peck is one of the most intense italo disco songs ever. For almost 10 minutes, the listener experiences some very light male vocals tossed on top of some extremely deep synthesizer rhythm's concurring with all sorts of experimental noises and sounds. Obviously, Amin Peck enjoyed the "arpeggio" feature on his synthesizer more than the other Italians.
Like most '80s electronic bands, Amin-Peck walked a fine line between Disco and Minimal Wave throughout the course of the early 1980s, oftentimes incorporating shameless Pop melodies and Avant-garde leanings. Amin Peck were an italian band leaded by Giorgio Fioroni (aka George Fyron, arrangements, production, vocals) with Leonard Parker (arrangments, keyboards) and Max Marne (production). Incredible but true, Amin Peck started as 'hard rock' guitar band in the 70's... You can also find some tracks on YouTube before became one of the best examples of italo disco.