Alarming guitars meet driving offbeats, deep basslines, dub sounds and catchy melodies: 'Heavy Reggae Rockers' is what Paprika Korps call their style. In Poland they are among the most popular reggae acts. On 21st September 2007, their 5th studio album 'Magnetofon' will be released in Germany. 'In my own humble opinion: This is the best album we've recorded so far', says Paprika's singer and keyboarder Piotr Maslanka. However, Piotr is not alone with this appreciation: since the release of Magnetofon in Poland earlier this year, the Polish music press has printed enthusiastic reviews. True, Magnetofon is a typical Paprika record, sporting the band's characteristic mix of rock elements and offbeat rhythms, enriched with subtle sound details - but in an outstandingly exciting and catchy manner: 'Evey song is a surprising musical journey. To describe every little detail it would take a scientific paper', Polish magazine GW wrote. The red line are still 'all these amazing melodies', TYLKO ROCK points out. The album features guests like Pablopavo of Vavamuffin, who are regarded as the Polish Seeed.