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City of Hysteria by Pulnoc (CD, Oct-1991...
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Pulnoc: Milan Hlavsa (bass, vocals), Josef Jan¡cek (keyboards, background vocals), Jir¡ Kabes (guitar, viola), Petr Kumamdzas (drums), Michaela Nemcov (vocals), Tom s Schilla ...Read more
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    Album Features
    Release Year:1991
    Record Label:Arista
    Genre:Art Rock, Rock & Pop

    Track Listing
    1. It's Dangerous
    2. End of the World
    3. No One No Where - (bonus track)
    4. City of Hysteria
    5. Song For Nico
    6. Strange
    7. All Tomorrow's Parties
    8. Little Canary
    9. I Sweep But Don't Clean
    10. Nightmares
    11. Destroying Angel (White Mushrooms)

    Playing Time:61 min.
    Distributor:BMG (distributor)
    Recording Type:Studio
    Recording Mode:Stereo
    SPAR Code:n/a

    Album Notes
    Pulnoc: Milan Hlavsa (bass, vocals), Josef Jan¡cek (keyboards, background vocals), Jir¡ Kabes (guitar, viola), Petr Kumamdzas (drums), Michaela Nemcov  (vocals), Tom s Schilla (cello), T deas Verc k (guitar).Pulnoc (pronounced "pool-notes") includes members of the Plastic Peopleof the Universe, an outlawed underground band that railed against the government in Czechoslovakia before the Communists fell. President Vaclav Havel wrote notes for this release.The only recording by any former Plastic People members to be released on a major American record label is a stunning bit of guitar rock helped by the beautiful singing of Michaela Nemcova. Egon Bondy is back, penning the lyrics to "Destroying Angel (White Mushrooms)," and Nemcova takes a beautiful lead vocal on the definitive version of The Velvet Underground's great "All Tomorrow's Parties." Although this disc was hyped upon its release (especially by Jello Biafra), I think that hardcore Plastic People fans were offput by the smooth sound, beefy guitar and high-tech production. Boy, were they ever shortsighted. ~ John Dougan

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