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2.85 | 7 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1986

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Dnes v Noci (4:03)
2. Psí Hodinář (3:55)
3. Filmy Dlouhých Záběrů (3:29)
4. Sluchátka (2:53)
5. Mládí Vybouřené (3:12)
6. Hm. Hm.. Hm. (3:00)
7. Na Tvém Nočním Stolku Přibývají Věci (2:23)
8. Plány (3:37)
9. Vernisáz (3:16)
10. Klouzes (3:41)
11. Situace na Střese (3:21)
12. Soused kope Jámu, ale my dva. (4:23)

Total Time: 41:13

Line-up / Musicians

- Daniel Fikejz / Keyboards, vocal
- Karel Espandr / Guitars, guitar synthesizer, vocal (9)
- Peter Venkrbec / Saxophone, clarinet, vocal (3)
- Milan Sládek / Bassoon, vocal (7)
- Pavel Ryba / Bass guitar
- Ivan Dvořák /Drums, computer, percussion


- Václav Křístek / Vocal (5)
- Lubomír Fořt / Sound effects (11)

Releases information

Vinyls - C. F. H., Panton (1986)

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COMBO FH Situace na Střese ratings distribution

(7 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(14%)
Good, but non-essential (29%)
Collectors/fans only (43%)
Poor. Only for completionists (14%)

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Review by Mellotron Storm
3 stars COMBO FH were a Czech band who released two albums in the eighties. Their debut is highly respected by Avant fans for it's Jazzy flavour and the incredible interplay of the musicians. This one is the second record released in 1986 and it bears no resemblance to it's predecessor. In any way (haha). In fact I couldn't really believe what I was hearing. This is very eighties sounding Pop with those plastic, fake sounding percussion dance grooves to that eighties vocal style we all know. I really thought that this must be a spoof on eighties music but apparently this is for real. I still can't get over how eighties this is, I felt like I was transported back in time to when New Wave ruled the air waves.

"Dnes V Noci" has lots of that percussion with vocals. Horns before 2 minutes and a guitar solo after 3 1/2 minutes. "Psi Hodinar" is laid back with vocals. I really like this one and it has lots of atmosphere. "Filmy Diouhych Zaberu" has a dance beat with vocals. it picks up some before 2 minutes and the sax joins in briefly. "Sluchatka" makes me laugh. They can't be serious. Haha. "Mladi Vybourene" has those deep vocals and light sounds. Again i'm trying not to laugh here. "HM. HM. HM." isn't bad with the horns coming in after a minute.

"Plany" is different and my favourite. Lots of atmosphere with vocals that are reserved. Some clarinet too then the vocals get more passionate. Nice. "Vemisaz" is one that gets me laughing again with those light vocals and beat. "Klouzes" is one I like while "Situace Na Strese" is the only instrumental but with those fake dance beats. Horns after 2 minutes. "Soused Kope Jamu, Ale My Dva" has these loungey vocals and lazy sax and i'm running for the door, but then it gets better until we get a great sound 3 minutes in with atmosphere and sax.

I can't imagine any Prog fans giving this 4 stars or for that matter even 3 stars. For me though it's an entertaining listen that takes me back to a time in my life when I was having a blast.

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