Super Eurobeat 162 is particularly awesome, but everything else has at least more than a few tracks that really stand the test of time.
I think that was the 1st album I bought way back ～ little did I know it was Fausto's only appearance in SEB and Luca's iconic Eurofunk song that was SO out of the blue non-eurobeat sounding, but had something really contagious about it. Awesome record！♩
Well, "Rock'N'Roll Emulation" just samples old Fausto exclamations, I think from "Electro Violence." It's no more of a Fausto appearance than SEB 088's "Captain America," which opens with a clip from his opening monologue in "Armada." He has written some eurobeat songs, like "Now Is the Time" on SEB 081, but I guess he and Leonardi agreed he wasn't a tuneful enough vocalist to really bring as much strength to eurobeat as hyper techno.
That said, I still have a strong hunch that he might be Big Jim on "Why Why," the 1996 production that ended up on Euromach 3. One-time vocalists were pretty rare for Leonardi, and the singer's atypical pronunciations seems like it could be Fausto.