A. E. Bizottság

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A. E. Bizottság
Origin Szentendre, Hungary
Genres Art punk, new wave, alternative rock, underground music
Years active 1980-1985
Labels Hungaroton
Bahia Music
Associated acts Batu Kármen, Poszthús, Új Modern Akrobatika, Analóg indiánok, Ef Zámbo Happy Dead Band, Trabant
Members András Wahorn, István ef Zámbó, László feLugossy, Kokó, István Szulovszky, Sándor Bernáth(y)
Past members Mária Bán, Kriszta Kecskés, László Kreutz, Máté Victor, László Waszlavik

A. E. Bizottság was a Hungarian underground band formed by a group of visual and multimedia artists and amateur musicians in the early 1980s. Their name translates as 'Albert Einstein Committee'. After their formation in 1980, they released one studio album and one soundtrack album before breaking up in 1985.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • 1983 Kalandra fel
  • 1984 Jégkrémbalett, soundtrack of the film Jégkrémbalett
  • 1986 Amor Guru (compilation by Eksakt Records, NL)
  • 1993 Edd meg a fényt by László FeLugossy, Kokó, András Wahorn, István Szulovszky

References[edit]

  1. ^ Haunting Europe (2011-02-26). "A.E. Bizottság". Haunting Europe. Retrieved 2011-06-09.