|Ti Allo Fovasai||Blah - Blasphemy|| |
|Mporoume Ki Allios||Arsenali|| |
|Syntomos Dromos||Arsenali|| |
|Poso Kairo Eheis Na Glentiseis||Cosmos Alivas|| |
|Protes Stigmes||Blah - Blasphemy|| |
|Apodekto||Ap Tis Ftiaxis Mas Ta Lathia|| |
|Oi Mythoi Tou Valtou (Live)||Outro (I Teleftaia Synavlia, 7-11-2015, Oaka Podilatodromio)|| |
|Mission N.O.W||Blah - Blasphemy|| |
|Sa Volevei O Kairos, Pt. 2||Ap Tis Ftiaxis Mas Ta Lathia|| |
|Den Itan I Mera Sou||Apnoia|| |
Giannis Aggelakas is a Greek singer, songwriter, and poet. Best known as the former lead singer of the Greek rock band Trypes, he maintains a productive solo career since 2000 having experimented with Greek folk music and collaborated with artists like Thanassis Papakonstantinou and Psarantonis. From 2004 onwards, he maintains his own record label, All together Now releasing his personal albums from there.
Nikos Portokaloglou is a Greek singer, songwriter and lyricist. He started his career in 1980, when he founded the music band Fatme. The first album of the band released in 1982 under the title Fatme. The band had great success and released six albums. Some of the most successful album of that period are Taxidi and Vgenoume apo to tunnel. Since 1990, he started a solo career and he continues until now. From this period, notable album are Brazilero, Ta Karavia mou Kaio and Dipsa. He has written movies soundtracks. Some of them was for the movies Akropol, Valkanizater and Brazilero. In 2002 he won 3 Arion awards in categories best song, best entechno album and best movie soundtrack. He has cooperated with important Greek singer such as Haris Alexiou, Melina Kana, Eleftheria Arvanitaki and others.
Nikolas Asimos was a Greek composer and singer. His real surname was Asimopoulos. Asimos was a very special case of a counter-culture artist, mostly because of his lifestyle. His behaviour and songs were often received as provocative by the general public. He was a person with strong political opinions. Ideologically, he could be categorised as an anarchist but he never accepted being put in a specific political ideology.