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It all started in the fall of 1917. The country was in turmoil due to the never ending war with Yugoslandia (a landlocked nation who have oppressed our Czechoslovanian brothers for centuries) and their grand imperial navy. At this point there was one really popular band called TOTAL CZAR. They really sucked. From the underground came six knights of revolution: Carlos Adelante, John Lenin, Useless Garcia, The Jackyl, The Moon Leader and Raul Tequila. Together they formed PURO SOVIET and as of 1917 they claimed to be “TEH GREATEST BAND.” This directly challenged the authority of TOTAL CZAR and the two bands decided to settle the dispute in battle. The First Revolutionary Battle of the Bands between TOTAL CZAR and PURO SOVIET ended after PURO SOVIET finally slaughtered every last member of TOTAL CZAR (and there were 400 of them). The battle left many audience members dead or wounded. Upon SOVIET victory the USSR Squared was established and the peoples of Czechoslovania were finally freed from Yugoslandia. However relations between USSR Squared and Yugoslandia would remain hostile as the remaining fans of TOTAL CZAR fled to Yugoslandia. After the victory they recorded their first album “Barrio Rock”. It is really good and every citizen of the USSR Squared is encouraged to own a copy (by law).

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