utorak, 30. studenoga 2021.

DISCIPLINA KIČME - Sviđa mi se da ti ne bude prijatno (1983)


DISCIPLINA KIČME is a rock band formed in 1981, in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia). They were one of the two spin-offs of the seminal new wave band Šarlo Akrobata, musically best described as an aggressive and artistic rhythmic explosion experimenting and seeking out new expressivness. During next 10 years, various additions to basic bass+voice+drums line-up appeared (additional drummer, 2 drummers + 2 trumpeters, sax + trumpet). Band released 7 LPs on the domestic market, constantly toured the country and played festivals in Yugoslavia, Austria and Italy. This is their first album from 1983.

DISCIPLINA KIČME - Najlepši hitovi (1987)


DISCIPLINA KIČME live album from 1987.

nedjelja, 28. studenoga 2021.

DISCIPLINA KIČME - Dečija pesma (1987) EP


"Dečija pesma" is the fourth album by the Serbian alternative rock band DISCIPLINA KIČME, released by the record label PGP RTB in 1987. The EP features five different versions of the song "Dečija pesma". As guests on the EP appeared YU Grupa guitarist Dragi Jelić, Ivan Vdović "VD", Srđan Todorović, whom by that time was playing in Ekatarina Velika, and Roze Poze guitarist Željko Nikolić. Ironic cover versions of Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" and The Cult single "Love Removal Machine", recorded live at the Akademija club, also appeared on the album. (from wikipedia)

RAJKO KOJIĆ - Ne budi me bez razloga (1983) Mini LP


RAJKO KOJIĆ was a Serbian and former Yugoslav guitarist, best known for his work with band Riblja Čorba. In 1983 Rajko Kojić released his solo EP "Ne budi me bez razloga". Other Riblja Čorba members made guest appearances on this EP. EP also featured Laza Ristovski on keyboard. In 1984 Kojić left the band. After leaving Riblja Čorba Rajko Kojić was involved in only few projects: He made a guest appearance on Bajaga i Instruktori album "Jahači magle" in 1986, wrote part of the folk band Svilen Konac's song "Sad ljubavi više nema" in 1987 and made a guest appearance on Indijanci self-titled album in 1995. He died in Beograd on April 11, 1997 and was buried in his native village of Jarkovac. (from wikipeia)

srijeda, 24. studenoga 2021.

LUNA - Nestvarne stvari (1984)


During the late 1981, former Pekinška Patka members Zoran Bulatović "Bale" (guitar) and Marinko Vukomanović "Mare" (bass guitar) with former La Strada members Slobodan Tišma (vocals) and Ivan Fece "Firchie" (drums) joined together and formed LUNA. Since the band members were already well-known, the formation of the band caused great interest in the public. The band started writing new material, with Bulatović being responsible for the music writing, while Tišma was the band's lyricist. A few days before the band's first public appearance, Vukomanović had left the band, forming his own pop group Primavera, and was replaced by Jasmina Mitrušić "Mina" (keyboards, vocals). The first appearance the band made in March 1982, in Vienna Arena on the "Novosadski novi talas festival". After the festival, Luna started performing at numerous Novi Sad and Belgrade venues, establishing itself a cult status. In Radio Novi Sad studios, the band recorded their first demo, with "Ogledalo Lune" being the most notable track, becoming a local hit. Soon after, the band went on a Croatian and Slovenian tour during which, after the Kopar concert, the band met Marko Brecelj, a former Buldožer member, who took their demo recordings to his former band-mate Boris Bele, one of the head of the Helidon record label. Having returned from the tour, the band entered the Aquarius Studio in Belgrade, where, with the help of sound engineer Đorđe Petrović and producer Saša Habić recorded their debut album. However, by the time their first and only studio album, "Nestvarne stvari", had been released, on early 1984 by Helidon, due to a conflict between Bulatović and Tišma, the band had already disbanded. After the album release, the Rock magazine voted the album the seventh best album of the year 1984, and the band also got the award "Sedam Sektetara SKOJ-a" in Zagreb. Tišma and Mitrušić reformed La Strada, Bulatović went to serve the Yugoslav People's Army and Fece joined Ekatarina Velika and later moved to the United States of America. Together with Bulatović, former Električni Orgazam keyboard player Ljubomir Đukić and Igra Staklenih Perli bassist Draško Nikodijević "Dracula" he formed a supergroup "Collateral Damage", but the band did not release any material. Meanwhile, Fece was also the member of Jakarta, which disbanded in 1986. Mitrušić finished the Musical Academy studies and moved to Italy. After La Strada disbanded, Tišma quit his musical career and released two poetry books. (from wikipedia)

LUNA - Demo Recordings (1982-1984)


LUNA demo recordings from 1982-1984.

utorak, 23. studenoga 2021.

BOLID - Bolid (1988)


BOLID was a rock band from Subotica (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their only one album from 1988.

MORBIDI I MNOĆI - Psihodelične oči (1985-1989)


MORBIDI I MNOĆI was a rock band from Beograd (Serbia), active in 80s. Members were Milorad Milinković (guitar, vocal), Mario Surjan (guitar, vocal), Dejan Stefanović (bass, vocal) and Sterije Tolić (drums). They never released an album.

ponedjeljak, 22. studenoga 2021.

ZMIJSKI UGRIZ MLADOG LAVA - Pivo i kolači (1978-1982)


ZMIJSKI UGRIZ MLADOG LAVA was a rock band from Sisak (Croatia), active in the late 70s and early 80s, in the Theatre "Daska". These are their unreleased songs from 1978-1982. (thanks to Goran Borojević)

DORIAN GRAY - Za tvoje oči (1985)


"Za tvoje oči" is the second album released by DORIAN GRAY in 1985.

nedjelja, 21. studenoga 2021.


DORIAN GRAY - Za tvoje oči (1985) Single


DORIAN GRAY promo single record from 1985.

DORIAN GRAY - Sjaj u tami (1983)


DORIAN GRAY was formed in 1982, in Zagreb, Croatia (ex-Yugoslavia) consisting of the frontman Massimo Savić (vocals, guitar), Vedran Čupić (guitar), Emil Krnjić (bass guitar), Toni Ostojić (keyboards), and Branko Terzić (drums), who suggested the name "Dorian Gray" after the Oscar Wilde's fictional character Dorian Gray. Since the group was into art rock, influenced by artists such as David Sylvian's Japan, Bryan Ferry's Roxy Music and some David Bowie's works, the other members found the suggested name appropriate and gladly accepted it. Their early rehearsals and gigs were taking place in the art gallery of the Zagreb's Student Centre. After performing in Croatia and Slovenia the group soon got critically acclaimed across the whole former Yugoslav federation and took part in the notable music festival YURM (Yugoslav Rock Moment). In the late 1983 Dorian Gray recorded its debut album "Sjaj u tami" produced by Aleksandar Saša Habić, who played the electric piano in the recording sessions, which also featured guest appearances by the bassist Jadran Zdunić and the saxophone player Miroslav Sedak Benčić. The album, which was a major success was also noted for its artistic record sleeve which was designed by Sanja Baharah and Mario Krištofić. Notable hit single was "Sjaj u tami", a cover version of the famous song "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)". After the release of the album, the line up was changed since Terzić, Čupić and Krnjić decided to leave the group. New members became: Zdunić, the drummer Dragan Simonovski and the guitarist Zoran Cvetković Zok, a former member of the eminent Croatian and Yugoslav Rock acts Prljavo kazalište and Parni valjak. The second album "Za tvoje oči" which was recorded in Sweden and produced by Sjunne Ferger, was released in 1985. After Dorian Gray disbanded in 1986, Massimo Savić started a successful solo career as a pop music singer. (from wikipedia)

četvrtak, 18. studenoga 2021.

DUH NIBOR - Mala noćna muzika (1981-1984)


DUH NIBOR was a rock band from Beograd (Serbia), active since 1981-1984. Member were Igor Pervić (vocal), Milan Dragović (guitar), Dejan Stefanović (keyboards), Dušan Petrović (bass) and Relja Mirković (drums). This is their demo songs.