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Studio Album, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Welcome to this plane (5:42)
2. Růza (5:50)
3. Ej lásko, lásko (4:09)
4. Chřiby (3:39)
5. Světlo (6:52)
6. Má milá Marijánko (2:33)
7. Tobě (3:17)
8. Time (4:27)
9. Oulululáu (5:55)
10. Horela linda, linduska (7:37)
11. Rodeo (3:26)

Total time 53:27

Line-up / Musicians

- Petr Goldmann / drums
- Igor Judas / bass guitar
- Milan Bílovský / vocal
- Roman Kouřil / guitar
- Bohdana Petrů Mensíková / dulcimer, vocal
- Radek Klíč / percussions

- Jiří Pimek / trumpet
- Zdeněk Vilímek / didjeridoo

Releases information

Label: Indies Scope
Album art: Brian Tjepkema

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