Král vysílá své vojsko & Loď odplouvá (2CD)
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This is a reissue of two sold out albums published in 1995 and 1999 in one package. The band has existed under the name Zuby nehty since 1987; its history, however, started in 1981 when the band Plyn and later Dybbuk were formed. This long-existing group of creative women is unique in the Czech Republic. All members in their friendship, musical congeniality and their democratic notions contributed to the mosaic of six previously released albums. Zuby nehty have been touring around Czech Republic and Slovakia and they also perform in Germany, Switzerland, Denmark and the Netherlands. They have also made a half-hour film for Czech Television. The structure of the band is open and variable, depending on their jobs and responsibilities as mothers.
The reissue contains the best known and most famous album of the band, Král vysílá své vojsko, while the album Loď odplouvá can be described as the most mature. The band participated on it with Jaroslav Svoboda, Jana Modráčková and Robert Škarda from the band Traband.