srijeda, 29. rujna 2021.

BOJAN DROBEŽ - Bojan Drobež (1981)


BOJAN DROBEŽ is an Slovenian guitar player, vocalist and composer. He plays contemporary guitar music. During 1973 and 1978 he worked as composer and singer, alone or with the group Orehek. His first record in 1980 meant the novelty in Yugoslavia, authorial music played in "fingerpicking" technics. After that record Drobež stopped singing and continued with composing, playing and recording guitar music. This is his first album from 1981. (from

DOLAR - Kraljica divljine (1987) Single


DOLAR was a rock band from Valjevo (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their one and only one single record from 1987.

ponedjeljak, 27. rujna 2021.

D'BOYS - Ajd' se zezamo (1983)


D'BOYS first album from 1983.

D'BOYS - Muvanje (1984)


D'BOYS was a Serbian pop-rock/synth-pop band formed in Beograd, in 1982, by Predrag Jovanović Peđa and Miško Mihajlovski. After releasing two long-plays, the group disbanded in 1984. Miško continued as 'Miško D'Boys', and Peđa formed 'Peđa D'Boy Bend'.  This is their second album from 1984.


petak, 24. rujna 2021.

HALI GALI HALID - Vo-zdra (1990)


HALI GALI HALID was the brain child of Croatian rock'n'roll mench Goran Bare, frontman/mastermind of Majke and all-around debonaire man-about-town. When Majke went on hiatus, Bare formed Hali Gali Halid to make fun of the Turkish pop craze sweeping Croatia. Hali Gali Halid lasted for a couple of years and then fell apart. (from the net)

četvrtak, 23. rujna 2021.

srijeda, 22. rujna 2021.

utorak, 21. rujna 2021.

DUŠKO I BITNICI - Prvi koraci na Mesecu (1969) Single


DUŠKO I BITNICI was formed in late sixties, in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) by Dušan Vlačo (guitar, vocal). This is their one and only single record from 1969.

PUSSYCAT - Pussycat (1989-1990)


PUSSYCAT was a rock band from Beograd (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. These are their recordings from 1989-1990.

nedjelja, 19. rujna 2021.

BAMBINOSI - Ne diraj mog druga (1986)


BAMBINOSI were pop rock band from Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in former Yugoslavia. This is their first album from 1986.

PARTIBREJKERS - Partibrejkers III (1989)


On February 1989, PARTIBREJKERS made new demo recordings, this time with the help of the Električni Orgazam frontman Srđan Gojković "Gile", who played rhythm guitar. The recordings appeared on the third album "Partibrejkers III", which, like the previous, was released through Jugodisk. The album, recorded on August and September 1989, was produced by Milan Ćirić, mixed by Vlada Negovanović, and as guest appeared Petar Miladinović "Pera Joe" on harmonica. (from wikipedia)

subota, 18. rujna 2021.

PARTIBREJKERS - Partibrejkers II (1988)


For a short period of time PARTIBREJKERS were reformed in a new lineup, featuring a drummer Vlada Funtek and bassist Dime Todorov "Mune". The band recorded the material for the second studio album on June 1987 at the Barbaro Studio in Bukovac. The recordings were sent to PGP-RTB, but they were not prone to releasing it. On May 1988, Funtek left the band, being firstly replaced by Marko Milivojević, and then by Igor Borojević. On September 1988, the band's second album was released. "Partibrejkers II" featured prominent tracks "Ja se ne vraćam", "Prsten", "Mesečeva kći", "Pet ispod nule" and "Nema cure", for which Antonijević sang the lead vocals. The song "Put" was not recorded in Bukovac, but at the O Studio on March 1988 and added to the rest of the material. At the same time, MTV made a report on the band's work. (from wikipedia)

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)