Before leaving for exile, Jaroslav Neduha was able to hand over to Extempore the saxophonist Mikoláš Chadim. He immediately began to work: While the name changed only slightly (The New Extempore Band), the music and concept of art completely overwhelmed. Under the Chadim leadership, the band became an uncompromising modern band with a striking repertoire. In addition, Chadima has not suffered from illusions about the communist regime. He did not play and did not text songs that "could pass" on the playlists. The musical expression of the new Extempore was very dark and the message of joy was clearly legible: We are here and we do not like you - count on us! This is how the complex composition of the Killer was created, which tells of a poor assassin in the country where the butcher ends up in the morning, the guests are indifferent to the angel and the pantheon. The Allegory of Humiliated Society, which collaborates with an angry and blunt regime, everywhere just a mess. Forty-Minute Kill at Extempore concerts supplemented with punk songs with Czech lyrics, which also mirrored the gloomy present with a mocking smirk. You can also find them on CD.
The Rock And The Jokes EXTEMPORE Band. This band started playing in 1973. A lot of Czech rock scene's personalities played with them (Neduha, Chadima, Hajdovsky, Krecan, Marek, Drvota, etc.). During the totalitarian era, Extempore prepared and played ten full-length programs
One of the most famous ones, "A Beloved Girl of Four Hanging Men," an insane rock opera whose plot draws on a story from Thirty Years' War, was also performed at the Fifth Prague Jazz Days of Jazz Section in Lucerna in 1978 - by Extempore together with the pantomime group Paskvil. CD (including the libretto in the form of a comic strip - written and created by JJ Neduha), MC.
Another important work of Extempore was Zabijačka (Pig-Slaughtering) / 1979 /, and dense playing about a Czech pig-slaughter without a single good character. Extempore was that time lead by M. Chadima (after Neduha's forced emigration). The album includes first punk fast songs of Wire, Magazine, Stranglers, Dr. Feelgood etc. sung in Czech as bonuses. CD, MC, Czech lyrics.
Big City / 1980 - 82 / was the climax of the Extempore's programs, however, at the same time it was the last program. The double CD includes all the compositions presented in this uncommonly sharp and raw program, which as early as that time anticipated the dark style of MCH Band, which followed Extempore several years after. The city includes a unique attachment - the Black Book of Extempore. On about 160 pages you can read here and well-arranged history of the band, an interview with M. Chadima of the period, plenty of photos, Survey of all the line-ups OT Extempore, lyrics of all the Programs and the collages of the period. All both in Czech and English.