Banket


Banket was a Slovak pop band active between 1984–1991. Its lead singer was Richard Müller. Banket were among the pioneers of electronic pop music in Slovakia and Czechoslovakia in the 1980s.[1][2] In this regard, they can be considered Slovakia's answer to Depeche Mode.[3] Banket made their first performance in 1984 at the Bratislava Lyre pop festival with the song Nespoznaný (Unknown). Some of Banket's best-known and typically electronic hits originated between 1984 and 1985, but they were not included on the band's debut album Bioelektrovízia (Bioelectrovision, 1986) that was more conventional in nature. These early hits were (although not all of them) for the first time issued on a CD on the 1994 greatest hits album Banket ’84–’91. Albums Year, Title, Translation of title , Note 1986 Bioelektrovízia , Bioelectrovision, debut album 1988 Up the Stairs — English version of debut album 1988 Druhá doba?! Second Era?! second studio album 1990 Vpred? Forwards? third and final studio album 1998 Banket ’84–’91 — best-of double-album; first album release of many of the band's earliest hits 2005 Gold — greatest hits selection (however, lacking many of Banket's greatest hits) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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