DISCIPLINA KIČME is a rock band formed in 1981, in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia). They were one of the two spin-offs of the seminal new wave band Šarlo Akrobata, musically best described as an aggressive and artistic rhythmic explosion experimenting and seeking out new expressivness. During next 10 years, various additions to basic bass+voice+drums line-up appeared (additional drummer, 2 drummers + 2 trumpeters, sax + trumpet). Band released 7 LPs on the domestic market, constantly toured the country and played festivals in Yugoslavia, Austria and Italy. This is their first album from 1983.
PARNI VALJAK is a Croatian and former Yugoslav rock band. They were one of the top acts of the former Yugoslav Rock scene. Parni Valjak was founded in 1975. Unlike many rock bands that would come later, their style was becoming more mainstream, becoming closer to pop, especially compared with the bands like Prljavo Kazalište or Azra. Here is their fifth album "Vrijeme je na našoj strani" released in 1981. Album had three big hits "Kao ti", "Staška" and "Moje dnevne paranoje".
PETAR PAN was formed in 1986, and spent the first year of activity preparing their debut album. After several lineup changes, the default lineup was formed, featuring Dejan Milošević (guitar, vocals), Veroljub Spasić (drums), Vangeli Dundas (guitar) and a former Mrgudi member Predrag Ivanišević (bass guitar). In 1989, the band won the first place at the Belgrade Spring festival demo bands competition. The award was a contract with PGP-RTB, however, the band never got an opportunity to record an album for the label. During the same year, the band released their debut album Od mržnje do ljubavi for the independent record label Rockland. Most of the album material was written by Milošević. Their following album, entitled "1", was released in 1990 through Rockland. The album featured melodic rock sound, and brought minor hits "Ptica" and "Bože pravde" (enitled after former anthem of Serbia), the latter composed by former Tvrdo Srce i Velike Uši and Ulica Od Meseca member Dragutin Savić. In 1993, Milošević left the band, and was replaced by former member of the Zagreb band Dum Dum Boys Dražen Kovačević. With him, the band recorded the album Bio jednom jedan r 'n' r, released in 1996 through ITMM. The album was produced by Dragoljub Spasić, and featured Dža ili Bu frontman Nebojša Simeunović "Sabljar" as guest. After the album was released, the band ended their activity. (from wikipedia)
TRIVALIA was formed 1986. in Niš, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia). Main members were Vladimir Žikić (alias Vlad-a-Mantis; music, lyrics and drum programming) and Boban Stojiljković (bass). Many musicians from Niš passed through the band, Ivan Marković amongst them. They never had drummer; they used rhythm machine. Band members also published ten issues of fanzine "Black Rider". From 1995. Vladimir Žikić works alone, but he kept the name Trivalia. These are their songs from the period 1987-1990. (from wikipedia)
STRELNIKOFF was a Slovenian electro punk-rock band from Ljubljana, active in period 1988-2001. Members were Franek Markošek (guitar), Robert Ceglar (saxophone), Tomaž Vučer (bass 1988-1989), Sergej Steblovnik (vocals & programming), Vasja Ocvirk (vocals & programming), Scheet (bass 1989-1990), Aleš Uratnik (bass 1994-1997) and Iztok Mravlje (bass (from 1997). This is their mini album from 1990. (from discogs.com)