srijeda, 30. rujna 2020.

MARTIN KRPAN - Martin Krpan (1982)

 























MARTIN KRPAN was founded at the end of the 70s in Ljubljana (Slovenia). The band was formed from the remains of the groups "Na lepem prijazni" and "Srečanje". This is their first album from 1982.

utorak, 29. rujna 2020.

RUŽ - Noćno kupanje (1990)

 























RUŽ second studio album from 1990.

RUŽ - Još jedan ples (1988)

 























RUŽ was formed in 1982, in Beograd, and went through numerous lineup changes before a steady lineup was formed: Vuk Rosandić (vocals), twin broters Miloš (guitar) and Marko Kozić (bass guitar), and Zoran Tomašević "Toma" (drums). Soon, the record label Jugoton showed interest in signing a contract with them. Ruž appeared on the scene when the popularity of teen idols Plavi Orkestar declined, and Ruž won part of Plavi Orkestar's audience. Ruž's debut album "Još jedan ples", released in 1988, became a golden record. The album was produced by Ivan Fece "Firči", and featured Marina Perazić on backing vocals, Jovan Maljoković on saxophone, Aleksandar Dujin on keyboards, and Zoran Bulatović "Bale" on bass guitar. All the songs on the album were composed by Miloš Kozić, and the album's main hit was "Zubarka". The band's second album, "Noćno kupanje", released in 1990, should have been released by Jugoton, but the band moved to PGP-RTB because of the tensed situation in the country. The album was produced by Đorđe Petrović, and featured Dragan Jovanović on guitar, Feldi Jen on saxophone, Szabo Robert on banjo and harmonica and Kristina and Aleksandra Kovač on backing vocals. "Noćno kupanje" brought hits "Nemica" and "Amerikanka". The band saw huge success with the album and became teen idols over night. With the concert at Beograd's Sajmište the band caused hysteria among teenage girls. The band held a tour across Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia, during which they played about 120 concerts. In 1991, at the Beograd Spring Festival, they performed a cover of Pro Arte song "Jedna mala plava. As Yugoslav Wars began, Vuk Rosandić moved to London, and later to the United States. (from wikipedia)

ponedjeljak, 28. rujna 2020.

DINO DVORNIK - Kreativni nered (1990)

 


DINO DVORNIK second album from 1990.

DINO DVORNIK - Dino Dvornik (1989)

 























DINO DVORNIK, son of famous late actor Boris Dvornik, born in Split, Croatia on August 20, 1964 and died in Zagreb on September 07, 2008. Dvornik was a Croatian singer, songwriter, music producer, actor and reality television star. Together with his brother Dean Dvornik he founded the band Kineski Zid in 1981, releasing an album in 1984 and thus becoming the first genuine funk musician in the former Yugoslavia. This is his first album from 1989.

 

nedjelja, 27. rujna 2020.

UNIJA - Slike za nju (1990)

 



















UNIJA was pop rock band from Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in former Yugoslavia. This is their one and only one album from 1990.

ŽUTA MINUTA - Hey, vi (1981)

 























After leaving the band "Drugi način" Nikola Gečević-Koce (vocals, guitar) along with Branko Bogunović (guitar), H. Grčević (bass) and Ante Gečević (drums), formed a heavy metal band ŽUTA MINUTA. 1981. Suzy record label published their album "Hey, vi!". Shortly after the release album the band split up, and Nikola Gečević, together with Željko Turčinović (drums) and Dario Kumerle (bass) in 1983, founded the band "Regata".

srijeda, 23. rujna 2020.

ALISA - Glupo je spavati dok svira rock 'n' roll (1989)

 























ALISAfourth album from 1989.


ALISA - Alisa (1985)

 























ALISA was formed in 1984 by Miroslav "Pile" Živanović (vocals), Predrag Cvetković (drums), Aleksandar Kićanović (keyboard), Zoran Jančeski (guitar), and Marko Glavan (bass guitar), They released their debut self-titled album in 1985. All songs were written by the keyboardist Jovan Stoiljković, some of them during the 1970s while Stoiljković was the leader of band Bicikl. Stoiljković decided not to become an official band member, but rather an author of Alisa's fairy tales-inspired songs. Although poorly produced, album brought hits "Sanja" and "Vojskovođa" that made Alisa teen stars in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The album featured Saša Gnus on flute and saxophone as a special guest. Their second album "Da li si čula pesmu umornih slavuja", released in 1987, was heavily influenced by the Sarajevo school of pop rock. All the songs were once again written by Stoiljković. This album also featured Saša Gnus, now as an official band member. Main hits were the songs "1389." and "Posle devet godina", the latter featuring folk music singer Lepa Brena on vocals. The album also featured re-recorded "Vojskovođa". In 1988 Glavan left the band, and was replaced by Dušan "Golub" Karadžić. Alisa's third album "Hiljadu tona ljubavi", released in 1988, featured similar folk rock sound. For the first time Živanović wrote part of the songs, including the album's main hit "Kesteni". After releasing the album "Glupo je spavati dok svira Rock 'n' Roll" in 1989 and several concerts held, the band disbanded at the outbreak of Yugoslav wars. (from wikipedia)

nedjelja, 20. rujna 2020.

PEKINŠKA PATKA - Plitka poezija (1980)

 



















PEKINŠKA PATKA is an eminent Serbian and former Yugoslav punk rock band from Novi Sad. Their debut album "Plitka poezija", released in 1980, is considered the first punk rock album by a band coming from Serbia. Being one of the first punk acts in Yugoslavia, they played a major role in opening doors for many bands that came after. On their second and last album "Strah od monotonije", released in 1981, they turned towards post-punk and darkwave sound, disbanding during the same year. In 2008, the band reunited to perform on the main stage of Exit Festival alongside Sex Pistols, and in 2010, they reunited once again, continuing their activity. (from wikipedia)

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PEKINŠKA PATKA - Bolje da nosim kratku kosu (1980) Single

 























PEKINŠKA PATKA third single record from 1980.