Dezerter gra “Underground Out of Poland”
“There’s no danger, everybody’s safe / Dreams come true, there’s no need for soldiers / There’s no hate, and there’s no love / Evil no longer exists, because neither does humanity.” As odd as it sounds, the lyrics on Dezerter’s belated debut (released by the U.S. label Maximum Rock’n’Roll in June 1987, after a two-year delay) are just as relevant today as they were in the mid-80s. Political systems come and go, empires rise and fall, but their inner workings remain the same. And, sadly, so do people. That’s why you’ll have a great time listening to Underground Out of Poland performed in its entirety at the OFF Festival. It’s also why you’ll have a bad time listening to Underground Out of Poland performed in its entirety at the OFF Festival.