Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned

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Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned
Studio album by The Plastic People of the Universe
Released 1978 (France)
2001 (Czech Republic)
Recorded 1974-1975
Genre rock
Label Globus Music
The Plastic People of the Universe chronology
Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned
(Recorded 1974-1975)
Pašijové hry velikonoční
(Recorded 1978)

Egon Bondy's Happy Hearts Club Banned is a "studio" album by the czechoslovakia underground band The Plastic People of the Universe. It was recorded in 1974-1975 in Houska Castle and in atelier in Prague. It was released in 1978 (France) and in Czech Republic in 2001. The album title is a parody on the name of The Beatles album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Tracklist[change | change source]

  • Title (Music/Lyrics)
  1. Dvacet (Milan Hlavsa/Egon Bondy)
  2. Zácpa (Hlavsa/Bondy)
  3. Toxika (Hlavsa/Bondy)
  4. Magické noci (Hlavsa/Bondy)
  5. M.G.M. (Hlavsa/)
  6. Okolo okna (Hlavsa/Bondy)
  7. Elegie (Hlavsa/Bondy)
  8. Podivuhodný mandarin (Hlavsa/Bondy)
  9. Nikdo (Hlavsa/Bondy)
  10. Jó-to se ti to spí (Hlavsa/Bondy)
  11. Já a Mike (Hlavsa/Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., translator Jaroslav Kořán)
  12. Ranní ptáče (Hlavsa/Bondy)
  13. Francovka (Hlavsa/Bondy)
  14. Jednou nohou (Hlavsa/?)
  15. Spofa blues (Hlavsa/Bondy)
  16. Apokalyptickej pták (Hlavsa/Pavel Zajíček)
  17. Píseň brance (Hlavsa/František Pánek)

Musicians[change | change source]