Episode #117

New Music from Hungary-The Undead

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Friday, June 24, 1988

Hungary is sometimes thought to be the least artistically confined country in the Eastern bloc. One result of this is a thriving musical avant-garde which not only keeps up with the latest developments in the West, but is encouraged and recorded by the state record company.
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