|1.||"New Age In Prague" (6:43)|
|2.||"Planeta Haj" (7:24)|
|1.||"Neman Tvar" (7:09)|
|2.||"Leben Und Verzeihung" (5:47)|
|3.||"Skoncis Jako Ja" (4:29)|
|1.||"Co To Ma Byt" (11:15)|
|2.||"Hymnus Of Planeta Haj" (6:15)|
|3.||"Cechach Najdes Pritele" (3:21)|
|2.||"Smis Mnohem Dal" (7:29)|
|3.||"Za Zdi" (5:24)|
Czech outfit Mama Bubo went through numerous musical phases during the 1980s, effortlessly slipping between new romantic, art rock, space rock and new wave. On 1985's Planet Haj, here issued for the first time on vinyl, they combined many of these elements. Opener "New Age in Prague", for example, is a wonderfully trippy chunk of outer-space ambience with all manner of weird noises weaving in and out of the mix, while "Sen" is a trumpet-laden trip into post-punk/new wave fusion. It continues in this eccentric - but quite brilliant - vein throughout, mixing and matching elements of numerous styles to creating thrilling new hybrid sounds. It's the kind of thing you'd expect from some British and American bands of the period, but not from Soviet-era Czechoslovakia. Recommended.
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