“Musica per commenti sonori”, also known as “Lipstick” and released by Costanza, came out in 1979 and is one of Roelen’s latest examples of library music before his death, which occurred in 1985. The tracks are often characterized by a typical late-seventies funky mood, but they also feature some laid down moments that would sound great in some erotic films soundtracks. ‘Music for all hours’ says the back cover, and that’s perfectly true!