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Manul was a classic post-noise-rock combo from the region of Prekmurje, Slovenia, consisting of Janis Salnajs (bass), Sašo "Bekko" Benko (guitar) and Peter Šuklar (drums). The band was one of the founding members of the social and cultural collective Prekmurje Noise Conspiracy (PNC). At a very late phase, Kleemar joined the group on keyboards for a recordings and couple of gigs. The band recorded one album, appropriately titled The Kind of Music You'll Tell Your Children You Were Into, Even Though You Weren't. Despite never being officially released, the record can be found today on several underground music blogs. Manul disbanded in 2005. Janis Salnajs later played in his own drum'n'guitar combo Kweefpossum. Bekko joined the band Psycho-Path on second guitar in 2005, later formed Bekko where he plays the guitar and ukulele as well as sings, and most recently started Werefox with former members of Sphericube and the lead singer of Psycho-Path. Peter Šuklar still plays drums with various line-ups, mostly "free" and improvised music. Kleemar is still Kleemar. From 2008 until 2013, he was also a member of the 2009 European MTV Award winning disco pop group Lollobrigida. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.