Tichá dohoda

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Tichá dohoda
TD 1987 2.jpg
Background information
Also known as 2Wings
Origin Czech Republic
Genres alternative rock
Years active 1986 (1986)–1999 (1999)

Tichá dohoda was a Czech alternative rock band (1986–1999). They were pioneers of Czech indie scene in the '90s headed by songwriter, guitarist and producer Dan Šustr and with the frontwoman and singer Blanka Šrůmová. Their stubbornness, attitudes and opinions on sex and drugs and rock n roll labelled the band difficult for a Czech pop establishment in the late nineties. Despite their eight local hits, several local Grammy-awards nominations, creation of their own style called "underpop" (2nd album called "Underpop“ released 1992) and the first Czech unplugged record ("UnplugGag“ 1994) the band did not seem to fit in the marketing plans of majors and the last official new album was released by Sony Music in 1998 (Válcovna vkusu s.r.o. – Public Image Mill Plant ltd.). The band members reunited in 2006 under the name 2Wings.

Discography[edit]

  • Chci přežít/I want survive (Arta 1990, re-issued by Monitor/EMI in 1995),
  • Má duše se vznáší/My Soul is floating & Gloria, EP (Bonton 1991)
  • Underpop (Bonton 1992),
  • UnplugGag (Monitor 1993) - first Czech unplugged CD ever,
  • Tulák po hvězdách/Starsailor & Studiosessions, EP (Monitor/EMI 1994),
  • Droga v kůži/Drug in Vain, SP (Monitor/EMI 1994)
  • "untitled" (Monitor/EMI 1994),
  • Kde spí andělé/Where the angels sleep & Heroin, EP (Monitor/EMI 1995)
  • La Décadance (Monitor/EMI 1995),
  • CD-ROM "Fucktography" (Studio DADA 1995)
  • Live in Lucerna Music Bar (Illegal Records 1997)
  • Válcovna vkusu s.r.o/Public Image Mill Plant ltd. (Sony Music 1998),
  • Největší hity/Greatest Hits (Sony Music 1999)

TD featuring Phil Shoenfelt

Blanka and the Shroom Party (experimental electronic project by Dan Šustr and Blanka Šrůmová)

  • Psychoerotic Cabaret (Illegal Records 1997)

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Czech Press and Internet[edit]