Listening to DJ Jason Elbogen's excellent 2007 marathon premium of Eastern Bloc new wave from the 80's, I started digging around at home revisiting stuff like Manzele, Galloping Coroners, Umela Hmota, and DG-307 realizing how great and fertile Eastern Europe really was in the postpunk era; and how it's too bad more labels weren't repackaging the goods ala so many of the Western acts. I think my alltime fave document comes from the quartet Dvouletá Fáma, whom I grabbed a 2CD disc of on a whim from at a New York record store around 2001. Their second disc of 1988 live performance didn't make much an impression on me, but the first disc featuring their only studio album from 1983 knocked me out. Definite slant on Pere Ubu's woozy attack, with some solid prog chops doused with liberal amounts of punk abandon especially in the staccato yet rubbery guitar lines. Early incarnation: Jana Macháčková (Viková) on vocals, Martin Vik on guitar Ivan Benda on bass and Zdeněk Konopásek on drums. Check out "Nakurte v Bufetu" (MP3), "Sonita" (MP3), "Kralicek Karlicek (Rozplizla)" (MP3). Sadly not much more about them on the web, and they seemed to have evolved into another band entirely by their end in 1992.