URAGANI was the first rock band in ex-Yugoslavia. Band founded by Dario Ottaviani, Ante Škobrnja, Mario Peharda & Saša Sablić 1960 in Rijeka, Croatia (ex-Yugoslavia). In 1967 they had a big hit "Školjka" and in 1968 they had a second big hit "Deborah". They split in 1970.
ponedjeljak, 31. prosinca 2012.
nedjelja, 30. prosinca 2012.
ALEKSANDAR MAKEDONSKI was formed in 1986, in Skopje, then Socialist Republic of Macedonia as an offshoot of the prominent punk rock group Badmingtons, and it included the frontman Vladimir Petrovski - Karter (guitar, vocals), Dejan Škartov-Deko (keyboards), Zoran Janković - Bajo (bass guitar), Vladimir Dimovski (drums) and the female singer Melita Stefanovska (backing vocals). Unlike Badmingtons, who were a punk band, Aleksandar Makedonski was initially a more pop-rock oriented act. The third former Badmingtons member, the drummer Boris Georgiev decided to join the gothic rock cult band Mizar and played on their first self-titled album released in 1988. Aleksandar Makedonski recorded several songs for the national Macedonian Radio-Television music production and soon became popular across the country. The group released its debut album "Za heroje i princeze" for Jugodisk record label in 1988. Unlike their previous material, the album was in Serbo-Croatian, because it was the most widespread language in the multilingual former Yugoslav market. In 1990, they recorded two songs, "Mi se igra" and "Sečavanja" in Macedonian at Mladinski Radio Klub 100, which were released on the Demoskop tape. The line-up soon changed. Melita Stefanovska left and joined the all-female alternative rock band Royal Albert Hall, while Dimovski joined the psychedelic rock group Kleržo together with Škartov, who later moved to Italy in 1991. Karter continued to work with a new bass player Mite Brljamov, but with a different musical style. In 1991, they recorded songs for the second album at the studio of Nikola Kokan Dimuševski of Leb i sol, however it was never released. After a long pause, they recorded a new material throughout 1995, which was finally released as Aleksandar Makedonski's second album "Moeto carstvo" for the Makoton label in 1997. All three original members of Badmingtons are on "Moeto carstvo" along with bassist Zoran Janković. The group finally disbanded, and Karter switched to studio and film work. Later he formed a new group called Opstrukcija which released an album in 1999 before disbanding. In 2007 he reformed the 1997-era Aleksandar Makedonski under the Badmingtons name without Janković. To celebrate that reunion, a CD single was released of two Aleksandar Makedonski tracks and one Badmingtons track under the Badmingtons name. (from wikipedia)
subota, 29. prosinca 2012.
petak, 28. prosinca 2012.
četvrtak, 27. prosinca 2012.
srijeda, 26. prosinca 2012.
ponedjeljak, 24. prosinca 2012.
WALT was formed in 1971, in Osijek (Croatia), active through the seventies. Members were Mladen Kujundžić (guitar, vocal), Ivan Čečić (bass guitar, vocal), Gašpar Hodonj (keyboards, vocal), Zdenko Rogina (drums) and Dragutin Matošević (vocal). They recorded a few songs for Radio Osijek.
nedjelja, 23. prosinca 2012.
petak, 21. prosinca 2012.
DUGE were a rock band from Osijek (Croatia) in former Yugoslavia, active from 1975-1982. Members were Damir Vojvodić (guitar), Damir Mihić (guitar), Damir Prlić (vocal), Berislav Crnković (drums) and Željko Gusić (bass guitar). They recorded a few songs for Radio Osijek.
utorak, 18. prosinca 2012.
ponedjeljak, 17. prosinca 2012.
NOVE IGRE were a pop rock band from Osijek (Croatia), active during the eighties. They released two songs on the compilation of rock groups from Osijek "Pogonsko gorivo" in 1987. Members were Renato Lukić (vocal), Denis Dumančić (guitar, vocal), Alen Vekić (guitar), Damir Šenk (keyboards), Renato Miler (bass guitar) and Davor Mikulić (drums). They split up in 1990.
nedjelja, 16. prosinca 2012.
subota, 15. prosinca 2012.
TREF was a rock band from Osijek (Croatia), active in the seventies. Members were Slobodan Ivanović-Danče (guitar), Zlatko Vukasović-Kec (bass guitar), Ivica Matković-Makika (drums), Boro Vidović (vocals) and Damir Rokšer-Roco (keyboards). They recorded a few songs for Radio Osijek.
petak, 14. prosinca 2012.
četvrtak, 13. prosinca 2012.
TOK ŽIVOTA was a rock group from Doboj (Bosnia and Herzegovina), active at the end of the seventies and early eighties. They recorded two single records in 1979, and one album in 1981. This is their first single record from 1979.
srijeda, 12. prosinca 2012.
AMON RA II was a rock band from Osijek (Croatia), founded in the late sixties, and active until the end of the seventies. Members of the group were Miljenko Gambiraža (vocal, guitar), Antonio Budano (guitar, vocal), Ernest Nappholz (drums) and Miroslav Levakovic (bass guitar, vocal). They recorded a few songs for Radio Osijek.
utorak, 11. prosinca 2012.
ponedjeljak, 10. prosinca 2012.
DUŠAN PRELEVIĆ-PRELE was a Serbian singer, journalist and writer. During his career Prelević released three solo albums and a large number of 7" singles. He also made recordings with rock band Korni Grupa, symphonic rock band Opus and jazz rock band Oliver. He was widely known for his raspy voice and, since the first half of the 1990s, an eyepatch (which he wore because he lost his eye in a fight). He died in 2007. This is his first solo album from 1983. (from wikipedia)
nedjelja, 2. prosinca 2012.
DESETI BRAT was a Slovenian New wave rock band formed in Koper 1981., active from 1981 - 1988. Band members were: Drago Mislej (vocal), Igor Korenika (bass), Vlasti Kozlovič (drums), Duilio Peroša (guitar), Zoran Mlekuž (guitar) and Gorast Radojević (keyboards).