Delivered in Bengal of Scottish and Czechoslovakian parentage, Fialka premiered in 1980 because the road poet from the 80s. A poet, traveller, musician and professional, his music ended up being a mixture, of severe observations on lifestyle, a keen feeling of melodic phrases helped with the creation details of Wally Brill and Robin Langridge. Fialka’s debut Still Lifestyle was well received and ‘The Eye Have got It’ became an airplay most liked and gained a minimal but reputable UK chart placement. However, following a appealing start Fialka just released several singles for another seven years on several minor brands. In 1987 he reappeared on Mls Copeland’s IRS label, and have scored a UK and Western european Top 10 strike with a straightforward protest tune ‘Hey Matthew’. An record containing brand-new and old music premiered but didn’t make any ripples.