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Bez ladu a skladu

Bez ladu a skladu

Bez ladu a skladu


An Alternative rock band from Slovakia with excelent singer Michal Kaščák. At this time, band is inactive, with exception of occassional gigs. Now, Kaščák is an organiser of the biggest festival in Slovakia, called Pohoda... Bez ladu a skladu are considered to be one of the most influential bands within the czechoslovak underground / rock community during the 90´s. For some reason, the conditions for music were somehow more "free" in Slovakia, than in Bohemia (Czechia). Read more on Last.fm
An Alternative rock band from Slovakia with excelent singer Michal Kaščák. At this time, band is inactive, with exception of occassional gigs. Now, Kaščák is an organiser of the biggest festival in Slovakia, called Pohoda... Bez ladu a skladu are considered to be one of the most influential bands within the czechoslovak underground / rock community during the 90´s. For some reason, the conditions for music were somehow more "free" in Slovakia, than in Bohemia (Czechia). Those two countries were once the federal republic in the past, using one flag and so on...

Basically, the Slovakian artists were more free-minded, and also more of the alternative slovakian acts had bigger chance to hit the mainstream. It is difficult to say why it was like that, but the common opinion says, that the general communist goverment puppets were more focused on the dissident affairs in Prague instead of watching talented slovakian bads carefully... Just a short examle - first Bez ladu a skladu LP release (selftitled) was issued in 1990, shortly after communstic regime was thrown away... But! - Bez ladu a skladu were performing the songs from that album many years before that fantanstic thing happened... And also the lyrical side of the music was really "straight" in the matter of hitting the communists in the "hidden way" (great examples are the songs "Odtnitě mu hlavu (Cut his head off..)", "Udavač (Informer/Whisperer)", "Génový inženier (Genetic Engenierú" and "Píště všetci modrým perom! (Everyone use the blue ing for writing!)" Actualy there was nothing hidden in those lyricss... They were openly anti-communist. Now it is important to mention, that Michal Kaščák was approximatelly 15 years old when those lyrics were written and first Bez ladu a skladu gigs were performed.

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