Just when you think you've heard it all, another unlikely combination hits you! Hungarian Pannonia Allstars Ska Orchestra (Pannonia being the name given by the Romans to the area we today know as Hungary) mixes authentic party ska with influences from gypsy, folk music and jazz. 'The Return Of The Pannonians' is released on Megalith Records, the ska label owned by The Toasters, ska veterans from New York. With song titles like 'Joseph' (the Old Testament Bible story of Joseph and his brothers in Egypt), 'Wicked Away' or 'Dem Haffi Run' and the patois of vocalist KRSA aka Lord Panamo (a nod to ska legend Lord Tanamo), this album could just as easily have been recorded in the Jamaica of the 1960s and 1970s. Now we're in a positive mood, we should also compliment art directors Zoli Totik and Tamás Somlai, who managed to unite both Caribbean elements and typically Hungarian things like pottery, embroidery and of course the indispensable red peppers used for goulash (also the logo of Pannonia Allstars Ska Orchestra), in the sleeve design for the album!