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5991813752925 // LGT Locomotiv GT Ringasd El Magad 1972 / Presser Barta Frenreisz Laux Somlo Karacsony / HCD 37529 (92/M-004) / BIEM-ARTISJUS 1992 Hungaroton-Gong Kft. MHV SLPX 17449 /// DALOK: 1. Cirkusz / 2. A Szerelem Bortoneben / 3. Szerenad-A Szerelemnek, Ha Lenne / 4. A Semmi Kertje / 5. Lincoln Fesztival Blues / 6. Ne Szedits / 7. Kakukkos Karora / 8. Kotta Nelkul / 9. Azt Hittem / 10. Megvarlak Ma Delben / 11. Ringasd El Magad TOTAL Play TIME 42:43 LGT Members: Barta Tamas, Frenreisz Karoly, Laux Jozsef, Presser Gabor // Kozremukodott: Zalatnay Sarolta, Bartok Kamarakorus - Toth Mihaly Locomotiv GT (often abbreviated LGT, with the nickname Loksi) is a Hungarian rock band formed in 1971. It has been one of the most influential rock bands in Hungarian rock music. GT in the name of the band refers to Gran Turismo, the long journey that the band was looking forward to when it was formed. The origin of the symbol that gave the name LGT is not clear: on their first album there is a steam powered locomotive standing in an aquarium, and locomotives have been present on many of the band’s album covers. One of the albums also has the name 424 – Mozdonyopera (‘424 – Locomotive Opera’), and when they performed their farewell concert on 17 May 1992, as a show element they arrived to the Nyugati pályaudvar (‘Budapest West railway station’) on a steam locomotive.