Zum Passer

1. December 2015 | Empirica
Play Nobody Buy
Play Dream Buy
Play Meet You In The Morning Buy
Play I Feel The Same Way Too Buy
Play Chairman Buy
Play Tagliatelle Buy
Play Rumble Buy
Play Holocaust Buy
Play Odyssey Buy
Play Freedom Road Buy
Play Rain Buy
Play Simple Song Buy
Play Stranger Than Fiction Buy
Play Swan Call Buy


Produced by The Prostitutes

Recorded, edited, post-produced and mixed by Martin Přikryl at Radiotron and “Zum Passer” studios, except Odyssey drums recording engineered by Derek Saxenmayer at Faust Records studio

On location sound supervision by Aleš Albrecht

Mastered by Dan Václavek

Production management of the recording by Tomáš Pejša for HCore Production

All songs written by The Prostitutes

(P) 2012 Empirica  (C) 2012 The Prostitutes

Deaf to the call

26. April 2012 | X Production
Play All the money in the world Lyrics Buy
Play Heart of Stone Lyrics Buy
Play Rage Lyrics Buy
Play I believe Lyrics Buy
Play Mr. Anderson Lyrics Buy
Play Walking with giants Lyrics Buy
Play James Lyrics Buy
Play No one sings the blues Lyrics Buy
Play No surprise Lyrics Buy
Play Pull it together Lyrics Buy


Produced by Youth for Big Life Management 

Recorded at Faust Records Studios, Prague

Recorded and mixed by Michael Rendall at the living rook and the shed

Mastered by Andrew Baldwin at Metropolis Mastering, London 

Recording assistant Hynek Kovář

Programming by Youth

Additional synths recording and pre-production by DSTRYR at Radiotron studio, Prague


Cover art design by Lukáš Franz

Photo by Kristina Šedivá


All songs written by The Prostitutes

(P) 2012 X Production  (C) 2012 The Prostitutes



What was the interesting moment on the band that you decided to work with them?
When I first heard the name.

What are special about them?
Their genius lies in their art school punk dynamic, sharp, shiny brutal, ugly beautiful yet vulnerable, intense and ambitious then hopelessly lazy.

If you could describe the album in couple of worlds?
The accelerated sound of a black hole vortex, shredding and annihilating the collective false ego.

How is it to work with a Czech band?
Nationalities don’t exist in music. You’re either a good band or you’re not. The Prostitutes are a very good band.

You drink about twenty cups of tea a day. What is the quality of the Czech tea?
Unfortunately Czech people cannot make tea as well as they make beer. And so the quality of the tea was what we call “Tepid” which is about as bad as it gets! We cannot work without lots of hot steaming tea. So the pressure was on, a few quick masterclasses in the art of making tea and harmony was restored.

One two three four

2. July 2011 | Championship Records
Play Wired to kill Lyrics Buy
Play She's dead Lyrics Buy
Play Stories the same Lyrics Buy
Play Rage Lyrics Buy
Play Boom Lyrics Buy
Play Leave it like it is Lyrics Buy
Play Incredible animal Lyrics Buy
Play Holiday Lyrics Buy
Play Thank you Lyrics Buy
Play She's a prostitute Lyrics Buy
Play Space oddity 2009 Lyrics Buy


Recorded live at Malostranská Beseda, Prague, 8th April 2011

The Record

Sound mix and edit: Tomáš Neuwerth at studio Animan, Kopřivnice

Mastering: Karel Havlíček 

Cover art and design: Lukáš Franz

Photo: Lukáš Žentel

The Concert

Sound mix and edit: Dušan Neuwarth

Live sound recording: Svatopluk Vojíř

D.O.P.: Jiří Chod, Tomáš Sysel, Jan Strnad

Light Design: Tomáš Pejša

Stage design: Tomáš Pejša and Kristina Šedivá


All songs written by The Prostitutes

(P) 2011 Championship Music  (C) 2011 The Prostitutes & Championship Music


ONE TWO THREE FOUR – Our live album released!

On July 2nd, during our show on Rock for People festival, we welcomed to life our new album – a live recording of our April’s gig in Malostranská Beseda, Prague. The CD had two godfathers – DJ and editor Pavel Kucera and producer Lukas Rychtarik. Here is a short video capturing the great atmosphere of that evening.

As we want to share our internal feelings about the recording with you, everyone of us wrote a short text reflecting the album from a personal standpoint. Here it is.


"1234 is a stupid name for an album", or so I wrote to Destroyer after he said he had had a "Vision" about the name of the album whilst listening to the pre-master. I was wondering what he had been smoking and whether or not he had finally lost his mind ( not unheard of in the Rock n Roll world) and I wrote back to the rest of the band  and him saying I didn't like it .I suggested something just a s stupid why not just " LIVE" Like the sex pistols. Or Live as in Bruce Springsteen" Live". ( the rest of the band liked the name!!) How the hell is anybody supposed to know its a Live album if its called 1234, hmm. Dunno maybe I was having a bad day. The name didn't live up to my creative expectations expressing the fact  that we had managed to  capture the essence of  The Prostitutes on a recording. But then I listened to the master and was quite surprised that 1234 probably expresses more than anything else the excitement from the gig and the fact that we were having a great time and so were the audience. (also its repeated about twenty times during the performance:))

Ok it’s a bit cliché but then again it depends how you say it. There is the feist way of saying ONE TWO THREE FOUR and then there is the Johnny Rotten way. I prefer to think that we have said it in the Prostitutes way.


In Prague, near the Invalidovna metro station, a new gym was opened recently. Always when I go to a rehearsal, some stupid, uknown music echoes from the gym. Music accompanied by a breath-short, half a hysterical trainer's shout "one-two-three-four, we gooooooooo!", apparently a component of some spinning. Outside the gym a half drunk and half stoned individuals are observing girls through the window, girls are swaety and snorting. Maybe we have to distribute our new live album to fitness centers as a music set for spinning. The concert is having a fairly high tempo but there is also a space for relaxation, like in "Holiday", giving girls a chance to breath a bit. And with the English album's name ONE TWO THREE FOUR we could even expand into foreign gyms.


I like Malostranská Beseda and I have a personal relation to it. This was the place of my very first concert experience. We played here with my high-school mates in late 80s. When we recently got the opportunity to play in the newly renovated Beseda, for me it was an obvious GO. Despite various ups and downs, when at one point it seemed the concert won't come true, we finally managed to arrange it. Beseda has a specific atmosphere, different from Akropolis or Roxy (two of major Prague music clubs). Therefore we created half a classical, half a semi-acoustic set list specially for this occasion. Then someone came up with the idea to record the gig. Media usually evaluate us as a strong concert band, so why not go for the live recordings. So we arranged a professional audio and video recording in couple of days. Thanks again to all who contributed. I expected a quite good result, but the outcome totally surpassed my expectations. Although it is sometimes difficult to transfer the club atmosphere on CD, you can feel here the essence of The Prostitutes. There are no additional re-recordings, we only mixed and mastered what we got from the concert. It's a spontaneous expression of what we feel, wrapped in the atmosphere of an old concert hall and its genius loci. Enjoy!


ONE TWO THREE FOUR, simply and straight to the point. The recording captures our band as what it is when it comes to live playing and performing. The actual notes and instrumental skills go immediately to the second level of importance. Its all about the moment, the will, the lust and the satisfaction. When I play live, I don't play chords or notes, I don't sing. I scream and shout and I am making sound statements with my guitar and occasionally with the synth. I don't mind loosing control of myself nor the guitar. They are many mistakes in interpretation but I don't think about them as mistakes. I am enjoying the new elements created by circumstances in our hundred-times played songs. There are many names for feeling like this and I won't use any of them right now to keep this feeling untouched. Ok, I call it one two three four.


I think that we rock and this is the proof!


Hometown Zombies

3. March 2009 | Championship Records
Play Hometown Zombie Lyrics Buy
Play Boom Lyrics Buy
Play Elephant Lyrics Buy
Play Leave it like it is Lyrics Buy
Play Stories the same Lyrics Buy
Play Thank you Lyrics Buy
Play Unfaithful Sinclair Buy
Play Phreneticus Lyrics Buy
Play Incredible animal Lyrics Buy
Play Everybody knows Lyrics Buy
Play Wired to kill Lyrics Buy
Play Holiday Lyrics Buy
Play Back to sleep Lyrics Buy
Play Space oddity 2009 Lyrics Buy


Recorded at Moskva studio, Barrandov Studios, Prague and Cox studio, Jinočany.

Additional recording, editing and pre-mixing in Gui-tón studio, Prague, except Unfaithful Sinclair and Everybody Knows recorded in Radiotron studio, Prague.

Mix and mastering: Soundsquare Studion, Prague, 2009

Produced and mixed by Dušan Neuwarth

Recording engineer: Petr Kaláb, Lukáš Chyška, Dušan Neuwerth, Martin Přikryl

Mastering engineer: Tomáš Zůbek

Design: Jan Trnka

Photos: Jan Trnka, Roman Dietrich, Miro Minarovych

all songs by The Prostitutes

(P) 2009 Championship Records  (C) 2009 The Prostitutes


Leave It Like It Is (single)

1. September 2009 | Championship Records
Play Album version Lyrics Buy
Play Šumava version Buy
Play The Fakes remix Buy
Play Steve Morell left eclectic radio edit remix Buy
Play Steve Morell didn't leave it like it was monstermix Buy


Track 1 produced by Dušan Neuwerth, performed by The Prostitutes and La Petit Sonja

Track 2 produced by Martin Destroyer, co-produced by Dušan Neuwerth, performed by The Prostitutes

Track 3 remixed by Pavel Kučera & Šimon Šafránek (The Fakes), mixed by NewScientist

Tracks 4+5 remix production by Steve Morell, additional piano & guitarlicks by Steve Morell, additional bass and co-production by Sebastian Lee Philipp, Steve Morell appears courtesy of Pale Music Int.


Lyrics by Adrian Bell, Bianca Bell and La Petit Sonja

Music by The Prostitutes

(P) 2009 Championship Records  (C) 2009 The Prostitutes


Get me out of here

1. September 2006 | Championship Records
Play Get me out of here Lyrics Buy
Play Distortion - Dancing - Destruction Lyrics Buy
Play Sunshine Lyrics Buy
Play Eject Lyrics Buy
Play Blue friday Lyrics Buy
Play Spider Lyrics Buy
Play She's a prostitute Lyrics Buy
Play Don't give a damn Lyrics Buy
Play She's dead Lyrics Buy
Play She's a monster Lyrics Buy
Play Look into my eyes Lyrics Buy
Play Sunshine - video edit Buy
Play She's dead - radio edit Buy
Play Blue friday - Dirty bloody friday RMX by A-H.Amak Buy


recording produced by The Prostitutes

mix, edit and mastering produced by Pavel Rejholec

recorded by Andy Lažo at Sono Studios, Nouzov 2005 - 2006

additional recording, editing and pre-mixes at Radiotron studio by Martin Přikryl, 2006

mixed by Mikeš at Ray-Hole studio, Prague 2006

mastered by Pavel Rejholec at Soundsquare studios, Prague 2006


She's A Monster and Look Into My Eyes: recorded Spring 2005 at Monty studio by David Heider, produced by The Prostitutes

Blue Friday - Dirty Bloody Friday RMX by A-H. Amak: mixed and edited by AMAK/OSA in Airhead Studio, mastered by AMAK/OSA in Kocis Studio, produced by AMAK/OSA, 2006, remastered by Pavel Rejholec at Soundsquare stuios, Prague 2006


photos by Bohouš Pospíšil, Roman Dietrich

cover concept by The Prostitutes, Jan Trnka, Bohouš Pospíšil

cover design by Miro Minarovich

all songs by The Prostitutes

(P) 2006 František Rychtařík  (C) 2006 The Prostitutes