been known as Una Bomba since 95, when Röövel Ööbik
realised they have gotten too dancey for their name.
By then they had to be the world’s best known Eastern
Bloc indie-rockers – the only ones, at least, to be
personally invited by John Peel to record a session
for his BBC Radio 1 show (93). Their Estonian-only
debut “Honeycombat” (97) still sounded fresh enough 3
years later to be picked up and re-released globally
by the Canadian indie High Park Records.