WWW WWW (previously "We Want Words") is a legendary project that, in the early 1990's, created the basis of the contemporary Czech hip hop scene. However, their first full album called Neurobeat was released in 2006, long 15 years after the band was formed in 1991. Lubomír Typlt's surrealist poems rapped and recited by the vocalist Ondřej Anděra (aka Sifon) in synergy with Anděra's rather hard industrial music sampled from various field recordings amalgamate into a ponderous existential experience with a very characteristic dark sound.

They were first hip hop band presenting music video of this genre on national TV - it was song coming from their demo heavily inspired by graffiti scene caled Noční můra.. There are several other tracks which acclaimed legendary status in the scene - Karamel or Hranice.

Formed in the early 1990's, band also included Lela on vocals. Ondřej Anděra started making music on his very first synthetiser and produced music heavily inspired by strict hip hop. With Lubomír Typlt are influences of Laibach and other artists coming into the band, re-creating band's style, making it more experimental and closer to today's sound.

Check it out at: http://www.biggboss.cz or http://www.myspace.com/neurobeat
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