petak, 23. lipnja 2017.

MIZAR - Svjat Dreams (1990)

"Svjat Dreams" is the second studio album released by the group MIZAR.

MIZAR - Mizar (1988)

MIZAR was formed in 1983 in Skopje, Macedonia (ex-Yugoslavia). They achieved a status of a cult band, especially in Republic of Macedonia and across the former Yugoslavia. The group is notable for its first self-titled album, as it was the first Yugoslav rock record in Macedonian language. Previously, Macedonian bands often recorded in Serbo-Croatian for marketing reasons, as it was the most widespreaded language in the multilingual former Yugoslav Federation. The album was a major success and it is listed among the top ten rock albums ever released in Yugoslavia. Because of the band's avant-garde sound and image, its orthodox christian leanings and support for Macedonian self-determination, they were viewed with certain degree of suspicion by the former communist regime. Still, the group received great media attention including numerous appearances on the national television. (from

ponedjeljak, 19. lipnja 2017.

PARNI VALJAK - Oću da se ženim (1977) Single

PARNI VALJAK fifth single record from 1977.

PARNI VALJAK - Vruće igre (1980)

PARNI VALJAK fourth album from 1980.

PARNI VALJAK - Vrijeme je na našoj strani (1981)

PARNI VALJAK is a Croatian and former Yugoslav rock band. They were one of the top acts of the former Yugoslav Rock scene. Parni Valjak was founded in 1975. Unlike many rock bands that would come later, their style was becoming more mainstream, becoming closer to pop, especially compared with the bands like Prljavo Kazalište or Azra. Here is their fifth album "Vrijeme je na našoj strani" released in 1981. Album had three big hits "Kao ti", "Staška" and "Moje dnevne paranoje".