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Plastic People Of The Universe, The

Также известно как: P.P.U., Plastic People, Plastic People … Prague, The, Plastic People Of The Universe, Plastic People, The, PPU
Члены группы Plastic People Of The Universe, The: Antonín Korb, David Macháček, Eva Turnová, Ivan Bierhanzl, Ivan Martin Jirous, Jan Brabec, Jan Macháček, Jan Schneider, Jarda Kvasnička, Jiří Kabeš, Jiří Števich, Joe Karafiát, Josef Janíček, Josef Rössler, Ladislav Leština, Milan Hlavsa, Milan Schelinger, Otakar Michl, Paul Wilson (12), Pavel Zeman, Petr Placák, Tomáš Schilla, Václav Stádník, Vladimír Dědek, Vratislav Brabenec, Zdeněk Fišer
Группа в интернете: http://www.plasticpeople.eu, http://www.kandl.cz/plasticpeople, http://www.myspace.com/theplasticpeopleoftheuniverse

Дискография Plastic People Of The Universe, The:

# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned 10 audio iTunes 1978 Scopa Invisible
2 Passion Play 9 audio iTunes 1980 Boží Mlýn Productions
3 Leading Horses 7 audio iTunes 1983 Boží Mlýn Productions
4 Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned 17 audio iTunes 2005 Levné Knihy KMa
5 Live 1997 35 audio iTunes 2007 Levné Knihy KMa
6 Jak Bude Po Smrti 3 audio iTunes 1998 Globus International
7 Pašijové Hry Velikonoční 9 audio iTunes 1998-03-27 Globus International
8 Hundred Points 2 audio iTunes 1980 Eurock
9 Muž Bez Uší 18 audio iTunes 2002-10-23 Globus Music
10 Vožralej Jak Slíva 17 audio iTunes 1997 Globus International
11 Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned 17 audio iTunes 2001 Globus Music
12 Ach To Státu Hanobení 12 audio iTunes 2000-11-29 Globus Music
13 Co Znamená Vésti Koně 10 audio iTunes 2002-10-23 Globus Music
14 Kolejnice Duní 6 audio iTunes 2000 Globus Music
15 Hovězí Porážka 9 audio iTunes 1997 Globus International
16 Půlnoční Myš 11 audio iTunes 2001-11-19 Globus Music
17 1997 15 audio iTunes 1997-12-17 Aion
18 For Kosovo 3 audio iTunes 1999 Globus Music
19 Líně S Tebou Spím (Lazy Love) 10 audio iTunes 2001-06-04 Globus Music
20 Pašijové Hry / Passion Play 9 audio iTunes 2004 Knihy Hana s.r.o.
21 Magor's Shem (40th Year Anniversary Tour PPU 1968-2008) 6 audio iTunes 2008 Yonas Media
22 Bez Ohňů Je Underground (Live, Prosinec 1992) 7 audio iTunes 1993
23 Midnight Mouse 12 audio iTunes 1987
24 Magical Nights 32 audio iTunes 2010-06-00 Munster Records
25 Magical Nights 32 audio iTunes 2010-06-00 Munster Records
26 Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned 15 audio iTunes 2010 EMI
27 Trouble Every Day 13 audio iTunes 2002 Globus Music
28 Půlnoční Myš 12 audio iTunes 2010 Levné Knihy
29 Komplet Nahrávek 1969 – 2004 186 audio iTunes 2008 Levné Knihy
30 The Plastic People Of The Universe 71 audio iTunes 1992
31 Pašijové Hry Velikonoční 9 audio iTunes 2010 Levné Knihy
32 Co Znamená Vésti Koně 10 audio iTunes 2010 Levné Knihy
33 Bez Ohňů Je Underground (Live, Prosinec 1992) 7 audio iTunes 1993 Globus International
34 Non Stop Opera (Live 2011) 16 audio iTunes 2011-12-12 Guerilla Records
35 Obešel Já Polí Pět - Koncert Na Počest Ladislava Klímy (2003) 13 audio iTunes 2009 Guerilla Records
36 Hovězí Porážka 9 audio iTunes 2010 Levné Knihy
37 Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned 9 audio iTunes Buda Records
38 Pašijové Hry Velikonoční/Passion Play 9 audio iTunes 2004 Knihy Hana s.r.o.
39 Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned 10 audio iTunes 2014 Scopa Invisible

Czech alternative rock group. Formed in 1968 in Prague by [a=Milan Hlavsa]. Disbanded in 1988, reformed in the 1990s, regularly performing since 1997 until present. Band members 2010: Vratislav Brabenec (alto sax, clarinet, bass clarinet), Josef Janíček (keyboards), Jiří Kabeš (viola), Joe Karafiát (guitar), Eva Turnová (bass guitar), Jarda Kvasnička (drums). The Plastic People of the Universe (PPU) is a rock band from Prague, Czech Republic. It was the foremost representative of Prague’s underground culture (1968–1989). This avant-garde group went against the grain of the communist regime and due to its non-conformism often suffered serious problems such as arrests. Bass player [a=Milan Hlavsa] formed the band in 1968, which was heavily influenced by Frank Zappa (“Plastic People” is a song by the Mothers of Invention) and the Velvet Underground. Czech art historian and cultural critic [a=Ivan Martin Jirous] (aka “Magor”, which means: “loony” or “blockhead”) became their manager/artistic director in the following year, fulfilling a similar role the one Andy Warhol had with the The Velvet Underground. Because Jirous believed that English was the lingua franca of rock music, he employed Paul Wilson, a Canadian who had been teaching in Prague, to teach the band the lyrics of the American songs they covered and to translate their original Czech lyrics into English. Wilson served as PPU lead singer 1970–1972. In 1974, thousands of students traveled from Prague to the town of České Budějovice to visit a PPU performance. Stopped by police, they were sent back to Prague in cattle cars, and several students were arrested. The band was forced underground until the Velvet Revolution in 1989. Unable to perform openly, an entire underground cultural movement formed around the band during the 1970s. In 1976 the PPU were arrested and put on trial by the communist government to make an example. They were convicted of "organized disturbance of the peace" and sentenced to terms in prison ranging from 8 to 18 months. Despite their clashes with the government, the musicians never considered themselves activists and always claimed that they wanted only to play their music. The band broke up in 1988, with some members forming the group [a=Půlnoc] (“Midnight”). At former Czech president Václav Havel’s suggestion, they reunited in 1997 in honor of the 20th aniversary of Charter 77, and have performed regularly since then. Founder and leader Milan Hlavsa died in January 2001.




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