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Studio Album, released in 1987

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Soumrak
2. Klaun
3. Hry
4. Jedinečná sance
5. Standa
6. Nekonečná
7. Filmy dnů
8. Voda
9. Zdroj
10. Moře, ty a nebe
11. Je čas
12. Tak jak
13. Svět kouře
14. Střílej
15. Zdroj

Line-up / Musicians

- Emil Kopřiva / electric guitar, vocals
- Lubomír Eremiás / bass guitar
- Roman Dragoun / keyboards, vocals
- Leopold Dvořáček / altsaxophone, tenorsaxophone, percussion
- Jan Seidl / drums, percussion
- Ivan Minárik / keyboards

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