nedjelja, 31. kolovoza 2014.
subota, 30. kolovoza 2014.
petak, 29. kolovoza 2014.
utorak, 26. kolovoza 2014.
BASTION was a synth-pop rock band from Skopje, Macedonia (ex-Yugoslavia), formed in 1983., by Kiril Džajkovski (keyboards), Ana Kostovska (vocals) and Ljubomir Stojsavljević (bass). Lyrics for their debut (and only) album were written by Milčo Mančevski, film director, who also directed video for their song "A Hot Day In Mexico".Soon after their album was released, the band disbanded. (from discogs.com)
ponedjeljak, 25. kolovoza 2014.
GORAN KOVAČEVIĆ (died in 2014) was a singer of the bands "Čisti zrak" and "Teška industrija". He released two solo albums and one single record. This is his first solo album from 1982. (thanks to sergej)
subota, 23. kolovoza 2014.
CASTORIA was formed on 1981., by Darko Aksentijević and Milan Simović, fifteen years old youngsters. First band lining was classic rock band setup, with two guitars, bass and drums. First gigs were on college parties and rock band competitions. In spring 1989., Castoria records the first demo recordings in Boba Narandžić studio. Material was recorded on semi professional equipment with only 5 channels recorded on a most songs. Members were Darko Aksentijević (vocal, guitar), Ljubiša Marković (rhythm guitar), Nenad Milošević (bass), Rajko Gavrilović (keyboards) and Milan Simović (drums). (from the net)
petak, 22. kolovoza 2014.
KARIZMA was formed in Beograd, in 1985 and was named after Kiss song "Charisma" from their 1979 album "Dynasty". In 1988 Karizma won the first place at Gitarijada festival in Zaječar and released their debut album "Vreme je za nas" in 1988, in the following lineup: Dušan Zarić (vocals), Dušan Janićijević (guitar), Dragoljub Popović (guitar), Zoran Miletić (bass guitar), Dejan Tomović (keyboard) and Srđan Milenković (drums). After the album was released Zarić left the band due to his army obligations. A former Otkrovenje member Dejan Jelisavčić replaced Zarić. In 1990 the band was awarded with MESAM's award for the best debut act in 1988. The same year Karizma was an opening band on Kerber tour. In 1991 the band released its second studio album "U snovima" with Goran Tadić (drums) as Karizma's new member. Album featured a cover of Oliver Mandić's song "Ljuljaj me nežno". In 1993 bass guitarist Saša Đokić and drummer Dragan Živković replaced Tomović and Tadić. In 1994 the band recorded demos for the album that was never released and disbanded soon after. During the same year, the band's song "Daj mi" was released on Komuna compilation album "Pakleni vozači: Jugoslovenski hard rock". (from wikipedia)
četvrtak, 21. kolovoza 2014.
TARANTULA was a hard rock band from Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in former Yugoslavia. Members were Slobodan Ulemek (guitar, vocals), Nebojša Božić (bass), Zlatko Kosović (keyboards) and Mirče Toader (drums). They released only one album in 1986 titled ”Žena zemljotres”
TOŽIBABE was a Slovenian all female hc/punk band from Ljubljana, active during 80s in former Yugoslavia. Members were Alenka Marsenič Marsa (bass, vocals, drums, guitar), Lidija Rupnik (drums, bass) and Krischka (guitar, vocals, bass). They released only one EP from 1986.
srijeda, 20. kolovoza 2014.
utorak, 19. kolovoza 2014.
nedjelja, 17. kolovoza 2014.
subota, 16. kolovoza 2014.
petak, 15. kolovoza 2014.
srijeda, 13. kolovoza 2014.
utorak, 12. kolovoza 2014.
Pop rock group THE MONTENEGRO FIVE was established in the late sixties in Montenegro (ex-Yugoslavia). They were very popular in the sixties and seventies in the former Yugoslavia, and they recorded a few albums for the European market. They split in the late seventies.
nedjelja, 10. kolovoza 2014.
O! KULT officially came together on the outskirts of Ljubljana, in Medvode, exactly two years after Tito’s death, in 1982. In the same week, they had their first gig in Kočevje. In a Radio Student broadcast, Igor Vidmar called them “a new discovery of Ljubljana’s punk underground” which culminated in a concert at Novi rock ’82. In January 1983, they played in “Dom Svobode” in Ljubljana Šentvid and recorded a live cassette “Class Struggle is the Only Motive of History”, which was later on in winter released by ŠKUC Gallery in 330 copies with a fanzine supplement. This is their single recorded in 1982, and published in 2012. (by Igor Bašin)