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Perhaps the most unusual hard rock production of all times by Hungarian artists. Metropol was a band in Nagyvárad (Oradea). The town, located in the Westernmost part of Romania, had a significant Hungarian minority population, where this band also originated from. Exceptional managment skills, hard work and plenty of luck helped them conquer the Romanian Communist pressure against rock products during the 70s-80s. Égig érhetne az ének (The Song Could Reach The Sky) is their debut LP from 1978, and remained the only one sung in Hungarian. It reached only the ethnic Hungarian minority living in Romania, though. It was never distributed in Hungary … The LP is considered the very best Metropol material ever by many reviewers, although there were three more LPs released between 1979 and 1986. An album influenced by many artists, but melted into one characteristic, unique Metropol sound.