From Velvet Underground to Velvet Revolution

After Soviet tanks crushed Czechoslovakia’s Prague Spring in 1968, all performing musicians were vetted for loyalty to the new regime, The Economist notes . The criteria included: no English lyric or band names, and no long hair. “Plastic People of the Universe” failed on all counts

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From Velvet Underground to Velvet Revolution

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