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Pod Cerny Vrch

A punk rock and roll group with ska and progressive components (if you don’t view it the various other method around), Pod Cerny Vrch has already reached a certain popularity in the Czech Republic and Central European countries. Their albums present a special treatment in conceptualization and studio room methods, while their extreme live performances gained them the trustworthiness of a stage dynamo comparable to Uz Jsme Doma. The group was come up with initially of 1995 by head, songwriter, and guitarist Jirí Kubícek. Immediately, the music group highlighted the dual violins of Ivanka Kubícková-Krucká (also an beginner classical violinist using the Komorní Orchestr Akademie) and Solich, some amazingly punkish party fiddlers. Vocalist Solich, a frontman of amazing stature, also helped create the group’s open public picture. Keyboardist Jirí Koflák finished this quartet edition from the music group featured over the 1997 cassette discharge Mechozil Zhoubny. Immediately after, the group empty its drum machine and recruited drummer Jirí Burian and several bassists emerged and proceeded to go. Pod Cerny Vrch documented and released Mechozilovy Písne Lásky in 1998 with Kakaxa supposing bass guitar responsibilities. A profound, however very entertaining idea album expanded the function of the type Mechozil Zhoubny; made by Kubícek, it had been very well-received with the Western european press. On that power, the group performed in Czech music celebrations and toured Slovakia and Germany. Burian still left in 1999 and was changed with Invalidni Duchod drummer Mílan Makovec. The EP Celibát 2000 arrived the next calendar year, announcing a big change of path toward a far more pop sound. The melody “Dopis Johannesa Brahmse Clare Schumannové z Lyzarského Zájezdu” (“Notice of Johannes Brahms to Clara Schumann From a Skiing Lodge”) became an area strike in 2000.

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