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Zjednoczone Siły Natury Mech was a Polish progressive rock group founded in Warsaw in 1977 by Maciej JANUSZKO and Robert MILEWSKI.
Their first lineup consisted of Maciej JANUSZKO - voc, g, acg; Robert MILEWSKI aka MILLORD - voc, keyb, vib; Janusz ŁAKOMIEC - g, acg; Krzysztof FIJAŁKOWSKI - bg; Andrzej NOWICKI - bg; Janusz DOMAŃSKI - dr, perc. During the years 1979-81 Mech was one of the most interesting bands of the Music of the Young Generation movement. They would offer symphonic rock, in which one could hear the echoes of the greatest creators of the genre, yet skilfully transcribed into original concepts. They gave successful concerts all over Poland, playing sold out large concert halls. They were not so lucky, though, as recordings go and the only documentation for the years of that period was. the debut single.

In the year 2016 GAD Records released an album, which includes a complete set of recordings from the first (and only) radio session of the band (August 1980), tracks from the debut single "Ogród snów" and previously unreleased live version of the then most eminent composition of band, "Atlantis Suite".

From 1981 Mech consisted of: Maciej JANUSZKO - voc, g, acg; Robert MILEWSKI aka MILLORD - voc, keyb, vib; Janusz ŁAKOMIEC - g, acg; Andrzej DYLEWSKI - dr, perc. This lineup recorded two albums: "Bluffmania" and "Tasmania" - both released in the year 1983.

Band has suspended its activities in 1987 and was reactivated in 2004.

Bio by Mirek Ch. (MChPro)

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Zjednoczone Siły Natury Mech Neo-Prog

Review by Hrychu

— First review of this album —
4 stars "And the sun fell down into a dark abyss"

Don't you just love those lost one album wonders? Actually this one isn't exactly that. It's more like a band that changed its direction into non prog before releasing their debut record. This lineup here only managed to recorded some demos back in the early 80s before deciding to shift into a different format (progg-ish hard rock) that's present on their proper studio albums. What you hear on this compilation is a good slice of that classic early neo sound. It is what their debut album could've been had it been released in around 1980-1981. It prefectly captures that zeitgeist in my opinion. There's a lot of of synth swirls, guitar solos and Vermona washes. The melodies are well written and they are hummable, which is good. It's all very symphonic in the approach. However, I'm afraid the odd time signature lovers might be a little disappointed. The only problem I have with the songs is that they very rarely venture beyond that top line that makes good music great music. Just a tad too blandish from time to time. Still... very solid stuff. The vocals are good, considering they were recorded in only two sessions (according to an interview with Robert Millord). The highlight of this album for me is the epic Atlantis Suite with its clearly defined multi-part structure that adds some really sweet mood changes to the mix. I'm gonna recommend this. Good album.

Thanks to tuzvihar for the artist addition.

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