Ogolelo Mesto

A 10 track industrial dance album (43m 21s) — released January 12th 2024 on Matrix Music

Borghesia is a Slovenian multimedia / electronic / rock group, created in 1982. The band was formed by members of underground theatre group called FV-112/15. Borghesia created its aesthetics using the imagery of what was prohibited, tabooed and repressed. Their sound is often compared to that of other groups in the period such as Nitzer Ebb and Front 242, the chief instigators of Electronic Body Music. Ogolelo Mesto, originally released only in Yugoslavia in 1988 is surely one of the underestimated nugget from the boiling EBM scene of that era, with underground hits such as " Naked Uniformed Dead " and

" No Hope No Fear ". This compilation of songs, initially recorded for the Belgian independent label Play It Again Sam, that they wrongly never released, and is finally available again on vinyl 35 years after its original release.

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