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Valerian’s Future were founded in 1990, their first concert took place at festival Rotwelsch (Brno Trade Fair Congress Hall) on 26 March 1991 where Austrian and Czech bands performed.

There were these members in the band: Michal Čuřík – artist, Valerian’s Future´s inventor, illusionist and coffeehouse proprietor - voice, Jiří Michna - architect – bass, Slepýš – judo national champion - bass, Pavel Geryk Masaryk - Indian - percussion, Dalibor Maňas Kaňas – destructive man - guitar, lyrics, voice, and Pavel Pohořelský - guitar, voice, samples, loops, arrangements and all the rest.

The band toured Poland with two gigs in Lodž and one music performance in a subway in Lodž. They made it to the semifinal of competition Marlboro Rock in and played in Czech TV spot Moravskoslezský salón.

The band had shows in nearly all Czech clubs, gained a couple of new friends and admirers and hardly marked the Czech music scene. Instead of a CD, they released a cassette with agency ANK in Teplice and were selling Valerian´s Future yellow stickers at their christening.

V’s F played hardshell rock influenced by EBM, hardcore, punk and indie guitar scene. They were nicknamed Czech Ministry.

V’s F´s lyrics mirrored stories and personal recalls of the authors Kaňas and Schwandini. Their music opened a new stage of Valerian’s Future´s – Brno artists, poets and performers - existence. Apart from an article and a short notice in magazine Rock a Pop, no one knew anything about this band, they never promoted themselves and were not invited to join Karel Gott´s orchestra either. So they played their own things aloof from the famous guitar groups of the 90´s.

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