srijeda, 17. lipnja 2015.

PARTIBREJKERS - Partibrejkers I (1985)





































PARTIBREJKERS was formed in 1982, in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) and released their debut album in 1985. For the release of the band's debut album, "Partibrejkers I", produced by Dušan Kojić "Koja" of Disciplina Kičme, the band combined rhythm-and-blues with punk rock, bringing anthem status to the band's songs "Ulični hodač", "Ona živi na brdu", "Gubitnik", "Ako si..." and "Stoj, Džoni", a cover of Tomi Sovilj i Njegove Siluete version of Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode". The album was recorded at the O Studio in Belgrade on June 1984. As guests on the album appeared Branislav Petrović "Banana" on harmonica, producer Kojić played organ, and Branislav Trivić played saxophone. Despite the success of the debut album, Jugoton denied to release the band's second album, stating that it "lacked rebelliousness". On summer of 1985, Bulatović left the band, being temporarily replaced by Disciplina Kičme drummer Nenad Krasovac "Kele", and in December, the band ceased to exist. (from wikipedia)


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