He is the younger brother of writer and poet Jáchym Topol, son of playwright Josef Topol and grandson of writer Karel Schulz.
In the Czech Republic, he is best known as the leader of the rock band Psí vojáci. He has been a member of the band since its beginnings in 1979, but he has also pursued a solo career.
Topol was trained playing the piano from a young age and introduced to the Soviet intellectual and artistic resistance while still being a child. He made his public debut at age 12, at the first performance of the Plastic People of the Universe’s Passion Play - in front of Václav Havel.
He is also a (lyrics) writer. His song Žiletky (Razor-blades) inspired a movie of the same name, where he played lead role.
Sakramiláčku (Indies Records, 1995)
Střepy (Indies Records, 1999)
Filip Topol & Agon Orchestra (Indies Records, listopad 2001)
Praha mizerná (2000)
Chvála bláznivosti (2001)
Filip Topol (Psí vojáci) – Texty 1985–1991 (A-beat 1991)
Filip Topol – Psí vojáci (Maťa a Kentaur 1993)
Mně třináct (Maťa 1995)
Karla Klenotníka cesta na Korsiku (Maťa 1999)
Střepy (Maťa 1999)
Tři novely (Maťa, 2004)
Jako pes (Revolver Revue, 2013)
Edited by NoiseGrandpa on 23 Jun 2013, 13:25
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