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Diktatūra

Diktatūra

Diktatūra


Diktatūra (meaning "The dictatorship") is a patriotic metal band from Lithuania. Over time (the band released its first album in 1996) some members changed. Lyrical themes include the fatherland, honor, war, Lithuanian traditions and culture, patriotism; although some songs are not related to these subjects. The band came into existence in the mid 90s and at first played radical songs, some of which had lyrics which were alleged to be nazi or racist, however, others were about football hooligans and boneheads. Read more on Last.fm
Diktatūra (meaning "The dictatorship") is a patriotic metal band from Lithuania. Over time (the band released its first album in 1996) some members changed. Lyrical themes include the fatherland, honor, war, Lithuanian traditions and culture, patriotism; although some songs are not related to these subjects. The band came into existence in the mid 90s and at first played radical songs, some of which had lyrics which were alleged to be nazi or racist, however, others were about football hooligans and boneheads. The first members nicknames were Slibinas, Kaminas and Indėnas.

The band with these members recorded first 2 albums, "Metas" and "TvarkOi!" (1996 and 1997). The third album was recorded by four members, out of which only Slibinas remained from the original lineup. Later some band members changed again over the time. Over the time lyrics of the songs became less radical and now mostly are just patriotic or about war, honour, traditions and culture.

Some songs, especially from album Kitokios Dainos, which was released in 2003, are not related to these subjects. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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