nedjelja, 21. lipnja 2020.

BIJELO DUGME - Pljuni i zapjevaj moja Jugoslavijo (1986)

"Pljuni i zapjevaj moja Jugoslavijo" is the eighth studio album released by BIJELO DUGME, and the first to feature vocalist Alen Islamović (formerly of the heavy metal band Divlje jagode). Goran Bregović had first approached Alen Islamović to join Bijelo dugme after the departure of the bands original lead singer Željko Bebek in 1984, however, Islamović rejected the offer and Bregović eventually recruited the young and inexperienced Mladen "Tifa" Vojičić. After recording 1984’s self titled album things began to deteriorate within the band, Vojičić’s drug and alcohol dependencies coupled with an un-professional approach frustrated the elder Bregović who was forced to fire Vojičić in October 1985. In April 1986 Islamović received a second offer from Bregović this time accepting to join the most famous band in Yugoslavia. The album was notable for featuring Yugoslav national hero and Central Committee member Svetozar Vukmanović-Tempo singing the Partizan song "Padaj silo" at the beginning of "Pljuni i zapjevaj moja Jugoslavijo". (from wikipedia)

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