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Zvonko I Gradski Ured Za Kulturu, Rapa A Saitama CD

Zvonko I Gradski Ured Za Kulturu, Rapa A Saitama CD

Think Frank Zappa crossed with Berurier Noir and your local psychedelic experimental orchestral group from Croatia and you're getting an idea what this sounds like.

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Zvonko and the City Office for Culture

Rapa and SAST 
Sound Wetlands , 2003rd

An audience favorite (with us and elsewhere) finally have a compact disc. Released a few months ago, but if you have not listened to this piece of work, then you've missed a lot. 
Namely, who Zvonko and the City Office for Culture ? Zvonko can be anyone who has ever tried to go to the city office for culture and get some money. I is not got them. Then he lit a joint. With a cop. And everything was ok. 
Now that it is clear the context in which everything happens we can return the CD. The first thing that makes a good impression is great worked out front, looks attractive, well-designed and sent a very clear message - and while meeting all you need to fulfill every pop CD, beneath the surface lies punk aesthetic and very direct message. 
Of course, then came a listen. If you expect something specific, you are wrong, in fact this is a different style (yet related) songs, which combine almost everything you can imagine - from punk and rock and roll combination to pop ... So one summer at typical underground way, while other more appropriate Pacific beaches, palm trees and cocktails ... As long as you do not find anywhere in the decadent twenties. Musical time machine with which you are traveling fifty minutes and enjoy, then you definitely listen again. 
From the music itself is impossible to separate the lyrics, in a fun, witty and very deliberate way about alienation, enjoyment, hatred, love ... Something like (because tag is always the best argument) "... and you lose all that time on inventing the wheel instead of enjoying the ride ... " 
Zvonko and the city office for culture published a great album, and not have the means propusiti something extremely important for the music scene.

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