petak, 18. rujna 2020.

četvrtak, 17. rujna 2020.



TOTALNA DESTRUKCIJA was punk rock band from Beograd (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. These are their demo songs from 1986. (thanks to gothmog)

ALTER EGO - Alter Ego (1987)


ALTER EGO was a rock band from Rijeka (Croatia) in former Yugoslavia. The band was founded in 1985 and they split up in 1988. Members were: Boris Luković (guitars), Goran Kovačević (drums, vocal), Antun Ožbolt (bass), Jelica Vučković (vocal) and Antonella Randić (vocal). These are their demo recordings from 1987.

subota, 12. rujna 2020.

S VREMENA NA VREME - Čudno drvo (1973) Single


S VREMENA NA VREME second single from 1973.

S VREMENA NA VREME - S vremena na vreme (1975)


S VREMENA NA VREME was formed in Beograd, Serbia (Ex-Yugoslavia) in1972, with original line-up consisting of Miomir Đukić (prim, guitar, vocal), Vojislav Đukić (guitar, vocal), Asim Sarvan (vocal, guitar) and Ljubomir Ninković (guitar, vocal). They grew out of an informal assembly of musicians who gathered from time to time in order to record songs and soundtrack for Radio Beograd broadcast programmes. They also gained reputation as prolific composers and arrangers for numerous TV, radio, film and theatre performances and shows. They were pioneers of introducing traditional folk elements into popular and rock music, utilizing old instruments such as prim or šargija and making crossover between genres. Drummer Nikola Jager became more or less a regular member of the band since their debut album, while many excellent musicians appeared as guests on their studio works. They built a slow but growing reputation releasing several important singles from 1973-78, many of which hit the top charts in the former Yugoslavia. However, their eponymous debut album from 1975 remains as the most successful achievement to date. Following two more releases, a compilation "Moj svet" and a studio album "Paviljon G", the band decided to split up in 1979. The band re-formed in 1993 for several successful concerts, which were followed by a new studio album "Posle kraja" (1995) and a live album "Unplugged" (1997). Debut album "S vremena na vreme" from 1975 is highly recommended to all prog folk and folk-rock fans as one of the better works from the Yugoslavian prog era of the mid-1970s. It features a mix of acoustic and electric songs with occasional backing sounds of flute, organ and mandolin-related traditional instruments. Arrangements sometimes associate with earlier works of Magna Carta, The Incredible String Band or Jethro Tull, with harmony vocals resembling Simon And Garfunkel influences. (by Sead S. Fetahagić)

četvrtak, 10. rujna 2020.

PROŠLO VRIJEME - Jovano, Jovanke (1976) Single


PROŠLO VRIJEME second single record from 1976.

PROŠLO VRIJEME - Makedo (1974) Single


PROŠLO VRIJEME was founded in Zagreb, (Croatia) in mid-seventies by Ismet Kurtović (guitar, vocals), Đurđa Kvež (singer) and Borislav Ostojić (guitar, bassoon). This is their first single record from 1974.

srijeda, 9. rujna 2020.

TALAS - Perfektan dan za banana ribe (1983)

"Perfektan dan za banana ribe" is the first and the only album by the Serbian rock band TALAS. The album recorded in the MS Studio in Beograd and released in 1983, by Sarajevo disk.

GRIVA - Što te tata pušta samu (1988)


GRIVA fourth studio album from 1988.


utorak, 8. rujna 2020.

GRIVA - Nisi ni ti anđeo (1985)


"Nisi ni ti anđeo" is the second studio album released by Serbian and former Yugoslav hard rock band GRIVA, released in 1985. As Jugoton, the record label which released Griva's previous album did not want to release the album, the band released the album through the independent label Panonija koncert. The song "I Law Myroslaw" (the title referring folk music singer Miroslav Ilić) and ridiculing "novokompovana muzika" fans is a cover of Joan Jett & the Blackhearts version of the song "I Love Rock 'n' Roll". (from wikipedia)

GRIVA - Vojvodino što si tako ravna (1987)


GRIVA was founded in Novi Sad (Serbia), in 1982. "Vojvodino što si tako ravna" is their third album. The album featured more commercial sound than previous two Griva albums, and some songs featured elements of folk music of Vojvodina. The track "Devojka biserne kose" is a cover of the song "Gyöngyhajú lány" by the Hungarian band Omega. (from wikipedia)