years active: 1982 - 1992
rock band from Prague, founded in 1981 by jazz pianist Jan Sulc and a several students of Prague conservatory, originally named Hemenex. In 1982 the new singer Janek Ledecky comes from Jana Koubkova; the band works through from rock'n'roll to satirical form of new wave. In 1983 they break up with Sulc who later co-founds Vitkovo kvarteto. The band under Jan Cerny's leadership heads more to pop and heas several hits in the pop charts. In 1985 going professional; the drummer Kabat is replaced by David Koller who becomes another distinctive singer besides Ledecky. In the end of 1987, the line-up breaks up completely; Koller is founding his own band Lucie. Ackermann and Senbauer also leave and the band in fact consists of the duo Ledecky-Cerny, supported by ever changing variety of musicians. In 1992 Ledecky leaves for a successful solo career, which results in the definitive end of the band.
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