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Also known as. English. Ab Ovo Usque Ad Mala. mini-album by Komu Vnyz.
Komu Vnyz got its start in the year 1988. Unknown young actor Andriy Sereda and educator Volodyslav Makarov worked together in the same theater. Sereda and Makarov joined with three more artists (Serhiy Stepanenko, Yevhen Razin, Volodyslav Maliuhin) to make Komu Vnyz. They wound up at their first festival Chervona Ruta completely by chance. After releasing their first album "Padaya Vverkh" ("Falling Up"), Komu Vnyz and the rest of the Chervona Ruta winners toured in Canada, Poland, and many Ukrainian cities. From 1996 onward, Komu Vnyz came out from the precipice of financial difficulties. Playbills started to appear railings and fences in Kiev for their 1997 concert, In Kastus, named for one of their albums. 2007 - "Ab Ovo Usque Ad Mala".
Komu Vnyz is a Ukrainian rock band founded in 1988. The band name is a perestroika-time derogatory pun with the term "Communism".
It was self-released, since Komu Vnyz had left Kobza a few years earlier. One concert from the band's 1996-97 tour to promote the album was released on CD and VHS as In kastus in vivo in 1999. Makarov left the band in 2003 due to health reasons, the only lineup change in the band's 30-year career. The following year, the group released a promotional CD, Ab ovo usque ad mala, containing English versions of the 2003 material and a hitherto-unreleased song, "Irgendwie, irgendwo, irgendwann". In 2011, the group performed at a tribute concert to Braty Hadyukiny, covering their song "Khloptsi z Bandershtadtu".
From 1996 onward, Komu Vnyz came out from the precipice of financial difficulties. In 2000 the band played at Ivan Franko theater, performing a concert dedicated to the memory of 300 young students killed under Kruty. Rock legends of Ukraine" ("Best of" collection).