Aleš Brichta is one of the big names on the Czech hard rock scene. He first climbed on stage in the early 80s and inspired by Western idols he brought heavy metal behind the Iron Curtain, captivating generations of young Czechs and antagonizing the communist authorities. Today, at 54 he is still going strong and is as much of a rebel as ever.
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