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GUERILLA RECORDS is a music label that is trying to capture music with underground roots; underground roots as perceived by cultural establishment - and as we can now see, establishment at any era and any political system. Thus, the label captures music that is interesting, vital, timeless, liberating.... And of course, music that will not sell out (and we mean that in all aspects of this expression).
At the first sight, it could seem that the artist selection is somewhat chaotic. However, the above mentioned characteristics and underground roots link most of the releases offered by GUERILLA RECORDS - regardless of whether the recording is an "underground relic" recorded in 1973, solo violoncello composition, gloomy song of urban indie pop, underground recording as dark and insane as midnight, pictorial tones and rhymes, or brittle and painful melodies of present times (and all of these can be found in GUERILLA RECORDS catalog). However, the music always contains one common binding theme: truthful - and therefore timeless - "path of expression".
Regardless of the above - everything that we publish is attributable to the taste (or bad taste, whatever you prefer) of a single person (with a little help of friends), who is the force behind GUERILLA RECORDS label.
First stimulus to establish the record label was a release of CD titled "Artificially flavored d-constructed" by band DG 307 in 2001. Since then the music, carriers, and the whole GUERILLA RECORDS label lead their own life; life independent of "mainstream" music trends, sounds, bands, and band managers.
ENJOY THE MUSIC!
Vladimír „Lábus" Drápal - GUERILLA RECORDS
AKTUAL - DĚTI BOLŠEVIZMU (CHILDREN OF THE BOLSHEVISM) (GR 025-2, 2005)
After 35 years since the creation of some of the songs on this CD, Milan Knížák along with few musicians entered the recording studio to capture never released part of his musical output from 1967 to 1970. Music is subdued to author's poetic, even though uncopromising, view of the world affairs. Excellent sound and vocalist's performance top this release as a cherry on a cake of czech musical - and we can say relevant - history.
AKU AKU - ČEKÁNÍ NA SLUNCE (WAITING FOR THE SUN) (GR 009-2, 2003)
Aku-Aku, an underground band from Teplice, Northern Bohemia, differed from the murky underground trends as brilliant instrumentalists stemming from the same musical roots as for instance King Crimson. On the other hand, raw and distinctly underground sing-shout vocals, including potilically colored lyrics, limited the band performances to unofficial underground gatherings. This CD selection presents probably the gloomiest and murkiest compositions from the band's history, and fully captures hopelesness of life during the communist era of the time.
AKU AKU - KNAK 1992 (Live) / HUMANQUAKE 1990 - (GR 029-2, 2005)
"Teplice's King Crimson" uncovered in their archive live recording from 1992 from the Knak club in Teplice, Northern Bohemia with a stage show that undoubtedly belongs to the best that one could hear at the time. Fully re-mastered vinyl album Humanquake released as one of the first post-revolution albums in 1990, and was un-noticed, is included as a bonus. Both recordings confirm Aku-Aku's self-evident instrumental craftsmanship and will satisfy by an excellent sound and will surprise by timeless lyrics. In total, almost 80 (oh well, 79:01) minutes of extra dark underground music in 22 compositions that have never before been released on CD except for Moko Buko (released on "Čekání na slunce").
BBP - VALETOLMAN (GR 015-2, 2004)
"Valetolman" is a drug-induced psycho opus performed by 11-member underground orchestra. The first half of the CD is filled with almost 30 minute composition, divided into 13 sections, building on the tradition of concept compositions by Plastic People (like "Passion Play" or "Afterlife"). The second half of CD contains 6 standard songs (Strange Christmas, Last Tango of War Hero, Inside The Ventricles, Golgota, Beyond The Grave, Hyenas). The enhanced CD track contains two video clips from the band's previous CD release "...A v očích stíny noci (...And the night's shadows in the eyes)".
BEZ PEŘÍ - NOČNÍ VIDĚNÍ (NIGHT VISIONS) (GR 011-2, 2003)
This is a new recording by a band that designates itself as "romantic cowboys" although their output is extremely direct and intense. The ferocity and poignancy is captured on this recording prepared in the studio Hypnolet owned by Michal Ditrich (member of the band Hypnotix). The final touch-ups were made by Jan Čechtický (member of the band Ohm Square) who contributed to the musical leap beyond the limitations of "rock" song. The album presents melodies bordering on gothic rock, expressive riffs, contemporary sound, Czech lyrics and four acoustic bonuses. It contains emotions of a lonely nightwalker; the nightwalker who lost his soul. The music is accompanied by an unconventional brochure in an unusual format.
VRÁŤA BRABENEC & JOE KARAFIÁT - ZAČNI U STROMU - (GR 027-2, 2005)
This CD contains 15 compositions and almost 45 minutes of litany-like recitation where sax player and singer Vráťa Brabenec along with guitarist Joe Karafiát (both of The Plastic People of the Universe) set to music Brabenec´s poems ranging from 1968 to today. Loose style, almost free-jazz sax accompaniment enhanced by unlimited experimental guitar is very convincing in combination with Brabenec's pressing recitation (listener Jan P. of Prague-Radotín stated after hearing the CD that "this is not a free jazz, but a disorderly noise and it is gorgeous and the lyrics are excellent" ....well, it is also an opinion. Pictures for the booklet were provided by Ondřej Němec, The Plastic People's photographer of honor.
BRATŘI KARAMAZOVI - ZA PĚT PĚT (FIVE TO FIVE) (GR 003-2, 2001)
The 12 songs contained on this CD differ from the previous albums by the band. The coarse sound containing slight inaccuracy and amateurishness of the first album is gone, so is the gentler, more poetic atmosphere of the second album. This time, both the sound and the music are the heaviest, most refined, and best executed. The essence of their previous releases has not disappeared though; it only seems as if the band "matured" after years of playing together, and entered the recording studio well prepared. Cover of the Doors' song "Five to One" lent the name to the CD. This link to the Doors invites a conclusion that the hippie spirit and all related delights are still undeniably present in the music of Bratři Karamazovi!
BRATŘI KARAMAZOVI - BOD NÁVRATU (A POINT OF RETURN) (GR 022-2, 2005)
Unusually delicate and balanced album of outstanding songs by Bratři Karamazovi. Their typical ferocity and raw sound have not disappeared; quite on the contrary, it matured! Strikingly well-balanced album contains both heavy rock and intimate balads, and all of this is topped with Kůča's lyrics. Bratři Karamazovi at their best despite their reliance on alcohol and drugs! Foretaste for a live CD that will be released at the end of the year.
BRATŘI KARAMAZOVI - BÁJEČNÉ PÍSNĚ ŽIVĚ (EXCELLENT SONGS LIVE) - (GR 032-2, 2005)
More than an hour long live recording made during January 1995 concert at Černý Velbloud (Black Camel) club in České Budějovice presents 17 songs covering all band's phases and their 4 regular albums. As a bonus, song Worker's Dream written by Skalák in early 1970's and popularized by The Heaver And Vazelína Band is included. Among other sonds, the CD also includes native american song Khu A Te, The Plastic People's Mandarin, and The Door's Five To One (Za pět pět).
DG 307 - SILUETY (SILHOUETTES) (GR 002-2, 2001)
Another CD released by a band that has laid foundation to the tradition of the Czech underground, and despite that, it still finds new listeners over and over again to this day. Quality that will not disappoint, trademark for the best that can be found in today's original Czech music! The release is a reissue of the 1998 album that the band produced at the time, and that never reached the stores. It contains a hit "The Tyger" as well as thundering epos Rozlitý vody nelze posbírat (Don't cry over spilled milk). The booklet contains all lyrics, including english translations.
DG 307 - UMĚLE OCHUCENO D-CONSTRUCTED 2001 (ARTIFICIALLY FLAVORED D-CONSTRUCTED 2001) (GR 001-2, 2001)
Originally recorded in 1992, this reissue contains complete session recordings. Original recording is enhanced by newly overdubbed instruments (drums, bass guitar, guitars), while the timelesness and raw sound of the original material by Mejla Hlavsa and Pavel Zajíček have not disappeared. This album also contains a previously unpublished bonus song Indiánská modlitba (A Prayer of an American Indian) in addition to all the original songs like New York-Praha-Paříž (New York-Prague-Paris), Andělské vlasy (Angel's Hair), or Papírový aPsolutno (Paper aPsolutno). All lyrics are translated into English.
DG 307 - ŠEPOTY A VÝKŘIKY (WHISPERS AND SCREAMS) (GR 007-2, 2002)
As before, this is a music which mixes "whispers and screams" with rhythms, sounds, melodies, musical collages, and songs; all linked by mesmerizing poetry of Pavel Zajíček. Core band members from album Silhouettes reunite on this release; the only changes occurred on the bass guitar and drum posts. All other "trademarks" of DG307 compositions - hymnic music, unique lyrics, and onslaught of monotony - remained preserved, they are even spread over 73 minutes.
DG 307 - HISTORIE HYSTERIE (HISTORY OF HYSTERIA) (2 CD) (GR 006-2, 2004)
This double CD release presents a complete and exhaustive document of the band's 1973 to 1975 era in total of 33(!) compositions, two videos, extensive booklet with many historical photographs, Magor's introduction, extensive lyrics accompaniment and erudite sleevenote by Jaroslav Riedel. The package is a unique release by scope, mapping the band in which extraodinary connection of musical talent of Mejla Hlavsa and poetical view of the world by Pavel Zajíček has not yet been fully appreciated. It is an ultimate avant-garde which makes the walls of noise by Einstuerzende Neubauten sound like a performance of languid coffee-house ensemble.
DG 307 - NOSFERATU (SYMFONIE HRŮZY NA MOTIVY FILMU F.W. MURNAU) (SYMPHONY OF HORROR INSPIRED BY MOVIE OF F.W. MURNAU)
This offering is a live concert recording from screening of F.W. Murnau's movie NOSFERATU (a classical movie of silent movie era released in 1922). The concert was given at the 1st Annual Festival Film on Music - Music on Film in movietheater Světozor on October 16, 2004. The concert recording (2 violoncellas, violin, bass, percussions, voice, irons, zither) holds up as a remarkable soundtrack due to its exceptional quality of musical accompaniment and unbelievable urgency. The first time Pavel Zajíček heard of the movie was when his friend noted that his looks resembled a Nosferatu vampire. This was not the first time that Zajíček and DG307 accompanied a movie with a live performance; however, as Pavel Zajíček stated, to compose music for this live performance fascinated him "as a blank canvas does" ... or maybe a mirror without a reflection!
DG 307 - LIVE (17.4.2005 - (GR 026-2, 2005)
As this band is one of the legends of the Czech underground, there is not much to add to this recording.... One of the most interesting and convincing bands of the Czech musical history released a Live CD that contains almost 80 minutes of the current repertoire including 3 never before released songs. Recording is from April 2005 concert in Prague in Divadlo Na zábradlí (Theater On the railing) where the band performed its intimately sounding concert named Nebe - pták - pes - černý opál - okolí psa... (Sky - Bird - Dog - Black Opal - Dog's surroundings....). Exceptionally well executed recording introduces the shrilling sound of string instruments (violin and violoncello) that elevate the compositions of the band to a new level even for their die-hard fans. And one hit song after another is included.........
DO SHASKA! - ANDROGYNE HAAREM (GR 005-2, 2002)
This is an anonymous band entwined by myths; the band whose music connects elements of shaman rituals with post-modern madness. Undescribable music that - if you allow - will remove you from rationally controlled („irrational") reality, at the least for few moments. Endless rhythmical beats of two to three percussion instruments, ammended by repeating motives of dehumanized electronic technologies, will grind you to pieces and eject you to the next dimension. Warning: Only for the callous listeners. This is an underground music for the third millenium.
DO SHASKA! - ANAEMISCHE TAENZE (ANAEMIC DANCES)(GR 020-2, 2005)
Anaemic Dances is a new album by anonymous and mysterious desert nomads (metaphorically). Compared to their previous albums, this one is even more rhythmical, mystical, ritual, basic, and eerie. Drums & loops & subliminal sequences unleash dark beast hidden in the depths of the mind; frantic bassoonist just adds to the abysmal depths of their music. This release is accompanied with an exceptional booklet.
DO SHASHKA - ALCHYMISCHE ALRAUNE - (GR 033-2, 2005)
Cult band is back on the scene! In a shallow lake of the Czech post-industrial music, Do Shaska! are a different, very rare breed - they are not following the noise music path or neo-classic music's aireness, and they are not missing a feel for sofisticated irony. „One of the most mystical Czech bands" is proving in their latest recording a sense for dark atmosphere of sampled loops and a gift for unusual combinations of ethnic instruments with chilling electronics, accompanied by live guitars for the first time in the band's history. They spread their imagination with increasing darkness through various semi-real or fully fictive visions. And yet: „It's only rock and roll".
VLADIMÍR FRANZ - HA-HAMLET (GR 023-2, 2005)
This release is somewhat unusual considering our "scope", nevertheless it is by no means to be less exciting than our other releases. Most of the 60 minutes of the presented music were composed for theatrical adaptation of Hamlet by Klicpera's Theater in Hradec Králové. The composition received Alfréd Radok Award in 2001 as the best original music for theatrical adaptation. Colorful collage of "gothic" artist, and most likely "extraterrestrial", Vladimír Franz describes Hamlet's crucifiction in 28 movements. Cover in comix style enlightens overall weight of recorded music, post-modern ironic shakesperean suite about tragic events with comical subtext. Don't be scared, test it out.
JAROSLAV ERIK FRIČ & ČVACHTAVÝ LACHTAN - JSI ORKNEYSKÉ VÍNO (YOU ARE ORKNEYAN WINE) (GR 013-2, 2003)
Evocative music as well as lyrics document collaboration of charismatic poet Jaroslav Erik Frič with a band Čvachtavý Lachtan even though there is a generation gap between the two, the band being a younger rock ensemble. Both Frič and the band are from the city of Brno. Symbiosis between moravian musicality and the best traditions of the Czech cultural underground created unrepeatable background for "poetic volcano" of seven-piece musical poem Jsi Orkneyské víno (You are Orkneyan wine). Experts claim it to be a return to straightforward and introversive performances in the best traditions of the Czech underground culture, although this one comes from Moravia.
JAROSLAV ERIK FRIČ & JOSEF KLÍČ - S KÝM SKONČILA NOC - (GR 028-2, 2005)
Violoncello wizard Josef Klíč of underground roots set to music three poems of Jaroslav Erik Frič. Frič's authentic downpour of words & stories, that he guarantees with his own life is underlined by violoncello magic and complimented by individual violoncello movements and one solo composition. Very emotional, pressing, and compelling affair.
GUTEN TAG - MASO! (FLESH!) (RocknRoll Indinas alias GR 000-2, 1992)
10 years after its original release (when it went unnoticed), this recording is available again. Guten Tag from Northern Bohemia became a club and cult legend at its time, and this CD (that was so hard to find at the time) is the time capsule of the era. Guten Tag clearly sprung from the best traditions of the Czech underground and (then) young musicians added unusual dose of flair and energy. Certain music journalist described the band as darker and more off-beat Už jsme doma band - maybe due to the use of saxophone. We would describe them more as a crossover of Dog Eat Dog with original Garáž band - maybe due to the use of saxophone. However, I just realized - where were Dog Eat Dog when Guten Tag were already blasting the music from the stage? Since the shows were a real musical assault, the CD was titled Maso (Flesh) with a subtitle "hudba/music" to eliminate any possibility that some dorks could confuse it with a product of meat industry. The cover was designed by now also legendary Luboš Drtina. Leader of the band later performed under the name Significant Brothers, in some cases also as DJ Significant Others.
HALLY BELLY - U ZPĚVÁČKŮ VE TŘI RÁNO... (3 AM AT "U ZPĚVÁČKŮ" PUB) (GR 016-2, 2004)
One of the early bands of the New Wave of the Czech Underground that emerged after the Plastic People disbanded. The band is active till this day. They performed numerous secret underground concerts without a change in their repertoire in 20 years. Presently, the band inclines towards pub-rock sound. Neverthless, the CD also presents 30 minute recording of a concert from 1986 as a testimony to their raw beginnings. Compositions such as Travička zelená (Green Grass), U Zpěváčků ve tři ráno (3 am at U Zpěváčků pub), Prohibice (Prohibition), or Narkomanka (Drug addict) reveal the suspected hobbies that connect the musicians with their audience.
HOUPACÍ KONĚ - PÍSNĚ Z BISTRA (SONGS FROM BISTRO) (GR 010-2, 2003)
You've got about an hour to seduce a divorced waitress. You can share with her the story of your life, full of unreturned love, elaborate paths and freaky stories, filled with bitterness and emptiness, that you can find only at filthy tables of fish bistro prior to closing time... Sharp and raw sound full of tension in a remarkable musical collage is brought to perfection. The result is underscored by contribution of producer Ondřej Ježek (member of band OTK) as well as by rough sound of recording studio Jámor. Extremely pleasant indie rock from poets based in the city of Ústí....
HOUPACÍ KONĚ - HAIKU (GR 021-2, 2005)
The new one hour live recording by this band from Northern Bohemia presents hearty dose of energy, excellent sound, and well-proven repertoire of old hits as well as new gems. Songs of this noise-dirty-pop quartet of former guitar rock pioneers are full of distinctive poetry and unique musicianship. However, their current sound is significantly more callous, raw, and substantial. Live recording compounds this reality by adding ferocity of their live concerts to the typical melancholic sound of their studio recordings. In addition, the recording has been mixed without a single cut since the band's flawless performance was a result of hundreds of concerts around the country. Animated clip for the band's namesake song Houpací Koně completes the CD.
HOUPACÍ KONĚ - TICHÉ DNY NA KLÍŠI (QUIET DAYS AT KLÍŠ) - (GR 031-2, 2005)
New recording by Houpací Koně dives even deeper into melancholy and unfullfilled ambitions, into stories of lost strangers and life's outsiders. The recording documents a chronicle of lost opportunities, a diary of unfulfiled loves and loneliness, a life on periphery of feelings. Fun house of lowlifes serving as "heroes" of the songs - receptionist at an empty hotel, cashier at fairground, unshaved waiter at non-stop buffet with Formica tables, train with lonely travelers, local bands with unfulfilled dreams, unsuccessful warriors with sadness of Company of Loosers. You can sense gloominess of returns from shows in half-empty clubs, and stops at gas station "in disappearing night".
JOSEF KLÍČ - V PŮLI KOPCE (HALF WAY UP THE HILL) (GR 017-2, 2004)
Remarkable violoncellist who entered the underground music scene as accompaniment to various ensembles; for instance, "folk" singers Dáša Vokatá as well as Karel Vepřek, bands Špinavý nádobí, J.J. Neduha, Idiot Crusoe, and the last but not the least even the poets such as Jaroslav Erik Frič (please see his CD in our offering), Ivan Jirous and Pavel Zajíček (member of DG307, please see their CDs in our offering). Sometimes he can be seen even as a solo interpreter at musical festivals where he presents his solo compositions to long haired hippies. However, Josef Klíč is also a concert virtuoso of Janáček's Opera of National Theater in the city of Brno, member of chamber orchestra Moravské kvarteto (Moravian Quartet), external pedagogue at JAMU (Academy of Musical Arts named in honor of classical music composer Leoš Janáček), and respected personality in the area of classical music. CD „V půli kopce" is his first album; it presents 13 of his compositions for solo violoncello that you can listen to as attentively and intensely as to classical hits of alternative music.
LIBOR KREJCAR - LESNÍ HŘBITOVY (FOREST CEMETERIES)
Very remarkable collage/musical diary of sculptor Libor Krejcar is a blend of musical energy of unusual caliber, party of Eskimo shamans and lyrics about pain, madness, and loneliness. Simply put, the album presents musical landscapes that are both exuberant and exuberantly dark.... How would it sound if Ministry drank with priest Halík in your living room while you were taken to the hospital with gallbladder colic? This is music appropriate to accompany sculpting, burning of paintings as well as drinking in a bar. CD is enhanced with 30 minute video from opening of the latest exhibition in church Sv. Ducha in the city of Most. It is all topped with unusual bi-lingual double booklet. The album is dedicated to Magor's 60th birthday.
O.P.N. - PROCHÁZKA URNOVÝM HÁJEM (STROLL THROUGH A CASKET GROVE) (GR 024-2, 2005)
O.P.N. (Ora Pro Nobis - Pray For Us) was one of the bands of the Czech musical undergroung who without a compromise followed their own authentic artistic vision. Musicians were influenced by the sound of The Plastic People of the Universe and were the first band that set to music the poems of J.H. Krchovský, back then also the band's member. The band itself was full of individuals who left their mark on the musical map of the Czech underground. The formation that recorded this CD is indeed refined: Jiří Michálek on drums (later also w/ Půlnoc, Echt!, DG 307), Jiří Jelínek on bass guitar (later also w/ Hudba Praha), Jaroslav Fensterer on guitar (later w/ Psí Vojáci), Ivan Procházka for vocals (later w/ DG 307, Eman E.T.) and decadent poet J.H. Krchovský on sax and acoustic guitar. CD is an 80 minute summary of the band's recordings that span from 1980 to 1989. It contains both band's first phase of dark, underground compositions and the final phase when the compositions leaned rather towards new wave (of course, with an old content).
ORCHESTR BISSEXT - PROKAPANÝ ČAS (WASTED TIME) (2 CD) (GR 004-2, 2001)
This double CD contains all known material by band Orchestr Bissext (previously É Ucho Akord Debil Band) from the city of Žatec. The band belonged to the top bands of the Czech underground music in the 1980s. Without any doubt, there is a strong influence from the Plastic People. Both time-wise (74! minutes per each CD) and musically (50 songs) loaded double CD maps relatively unknown local band. Besides the fact that the music is very good, it does not occasionally hurt to remind ourselves of the totalitarian times in a callous, gloomy, black humor (notable photos in the accompanying booklet).
RADOST - MRAVENCI SNĚDLI KOČKU (ANTS ATE THE CAT) (GR 008-2, 2003)
This CD presents 19 musical dada as well as pataphysique puzzles by a band from the city of Teplice. Out of the whole history of the Czech alternative music, the compositions can be probably likened only to the racy band Ženy. The two bands are linked not only by the same inventive producer Miroslav Wanek (member of band Už jsme doma), but also by playfulness, elegance, and lightness with which they break established musical conventions and stereotypes. Lyrical puzzles may resonate with both software intellectuals and preschool children.
SCHWARZE AUSSIG - CIZÍ HLAS (FOREING VOICE) (GR 012-2, 2003)
This is an album of ten songs where you can notice influence of Bob Dylan as well as Tim Buckley, Tindersticks as well as The Beatles, French chanson as well as British independent scene, Houpací Koně as well as camp song. Acoustic guitar is pleasantly underscored by rock touch and sensitively mixed by Michal Ditrich (member of the band Hypnotix). Nostalgia, melancholy, sadness, loneliness, far away places... This is a rock chanson of gloomy city in Northern Bohemia, a city with the highest death rate and lowest education level. This is a CD for the long winter evenings, when you are alone and you know damn well that nobody is going to stop by.
ŠPINAVÝ NÁDOBÍ - EPITAF (EPITAPH) - (GR 030-2, 2006)
Nobody would have expected how sofisticated feat can be reached by a band known for no rehearsals! It took lots of excuses and stress before they finally got to go to recording studio! And the result exceeded all expectations - by both the band and the publisher! It is highly recommended to at least once listen to the recording using headphones - you will hear Mr. Sound engineer's excellent mix. So you can really hear all the instruments: guitar, bass guitar, drums, percussions, sax, clarinet, trumpet, fujara, violoncello, small harp, drunk snoring (yes, kids, that is what demon alcohol can do) and voices. Well-executed recording of large underground band showing a contrast between ferocious and accurate percussions of youngsters and classically depressive Czech underground music of „long haired guys". Křížák's lyrics correspond with it (Homeless - I am the unwanted kid, throw nets on me, my powers and angers, i am the kid of your times/ i have nowhere to live, no money/ i roll with fear at night/ it could have all been different/ i am the kid of your sins/ i will drown my soul in a poison/ then will fix myself with pot/ i will scream with laughs/ i am the kid of your pride.) Comprehensive booklet brings it to perfection with many reprints of paintings by David Bartoň - non-playing member of the band.
UMĚLÁ HMOTA II. - VE SKLEPĚ 1976/77 (IN THE CELLAR) (2 CD) (GR 014-2, 2003)
Bronze (?) band of the legendary three founding stones of the Czech underground is presented on this double CD! The other two bands were The Plastic People and DG307 (please see the DG307 CD offerings in our catalog). The first CD contains the band's complete repertoire while the second CD contains recording from the 2nd Festival of the Underground Culture in Bojanovice in 1976 where the band with the new lineup had an impact of out-of-this-world event. Excellent sound of this release was achieved by the use of the original master tapes. The 28 page booklet is an information loaded mosaic of historical photographs, complete lyrics and band history including sleevenote by Jaroslav Riedel and Magor (Ivan Jirous) with an excerpt of Lábus' interview with Dino (singer of Umělá Hmota). This release creates an exclusive and unique document. No underground hit is ommitted, some of them are even offered twice!