DASKA BEND was formed in 1980, in Sisak, Croatia (ex-Yugoslavia). They released only one single record and then split up.
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HOLLYWOOD RABOTNIK was a Serbian garage-rock band from Beograd, active in period 1987-1996 in former Yugoslavia. Members were Predrag Vicković (vocals, guitar), Goran Tanasković (bass), Stevica Bogojević (drums), This is their first album from 1990. (thanks to desperado)
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Slovenian band DEMOLITION GROUP started in 1986, in Cerklje ob Krka, as side project of the band 'Gast'r'bajtr's' playing fusion of heavy metal, funk and electronic rhythms. This is their second album from 1986.
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TRULA KOALICIJA is Serbian post punk rock band was formed in 1986, in Kragujevac by members of band KBO! Saša Vujić Vuja (guitar) and his brother Boban Vujić (drums) with help of Predrag Drčelić Skaki from Gornji Milanovac (vocals, lyrics). By 1988. they recorded series of demos and selection of them is released on cassette release "Trula Koalicija", followed by cassette releases "Sećanja" and "Ne izlazi iz stroja". Dragan Cvetanović Ceja (guitar, bass) joined the band in 1990. Two years later they recorded "Plakao sam kad je pala Sekuritatea". In parallel with activities with the band, members also work in some other Serbian bands (Vuja: Zvoncekova Bilježnica; Ceja: Slovenska Nekropola). Most of Trula Koalicija releases are self-released. They still active. (from discogs)
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In October 1986, SMAK reunited in the old lineup featuring new keyboardist, Milan Đurđević. The band recorded the comeback album "Smak '86. The album was produced by Radomir Mihajlović-Točak and it featured Chris Nichols, Miša Komnenić and Vlada Nikodijević as guest keyboardists. The album was not well received by the critics, and after a shorter tour Smak disbanded again, although they continued to occasionally perform in Kragujevac. (from wikipedia)
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At the beginning of 1980 SMAK released the album "Rok cirkus". The album was produced by Dado Topić and featured more commercial, hard rock-oriented sound, although songs "Instrumental Baby", "Hirošima" and "Ogledalo" were somewhat reminiscent of the band's early works. The album was not received well by the critics, mostly because of the Marina Tucaković's and Mirko Glišić's rather flaccid lyrics. The album did not see expected success for two more reasons: it was released at the time of Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito's death, so there was almost no concert promotion of the album, and it was released at the time of huge popularity of New Wave music in Yugoslavia and a general decline of popularity of progressive and hard rock. (from wikipedia)