četvrtak, 30. srpnja 2015.

VRISAK GENERACIJE - Beer Drinkers (1988)

VRISAK GENERACIJE was a punk rock band from Novi Sad (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their first album from 1988.


srijeda, 29. srpnja 2015.

utorak, 28. srpnja 2015.

GRUPA FAR - Gladijator (1983)

GRUPA FAR was a rock band from Beograd (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their first album from 1983.


ponedjeljak, 27. srpnja 2015.

nedjelja, 26. srpnja 2015.

CVRČAK I MRAVI - Pazi mala (1973) Single

CVRČAK I MRAVI formed in 1967, in Novi Sad, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) by Branko Pražić (guitars, vocals). This is their first single record from 1973.

subota, 25. srpnja 2015.

CVRČAK I MRAVI - Antologija (1973-79)

CVRČAK I MRAVI formed in 1967, in Novi Sad, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) by Branko Pražić (guitars, vocals). They recorded severel singles in 70s and they split up in 80s.

utorak, 21. srpnja 2015.

PARNI VALJAK - Koncert (1982)

"Koncert" is the first live album by PARNI VALJAK, released after five studio albums. The album was a double, and contains hits from all five albums.

subota, 18. srpnja 2015.

PARAF - Izleti (1981)

After the album "A dan je tako lijepo počeo" Valter Kocijančić left the band, until quitting his musical career and becoming a teacher, which is also his current occupation. The new members had become the vocalist Pavica Mijatović, using the pseudonym Vim Cola, and guitarist Klaudio Žic. The latter soon after left the band and the new members had become the guitarist Mladen Vičić "Riči" and keyboard player Raul Varlen. With the arrival of the new members, PARAF also changed their musical style, moving towards post-punk, influenced by the popular British bands of the genre. The new musical orientation was presented to the wider audience on the second studio album "Izleti", featuring the songs "Pobuna bubuljica", "Nestašni đački izleti", "Javna kupatila" and "Federico u bačvi", the latter being inspired by the Federico Felini film "Casanova". The album also featured the song "Tužne uši", also released on single. (from wikipedia)

četvrtak, 16. srpnja 2015.

ATOMI - U zanosu (1962-63)

ATOMI was formed in Zagreb, Croatia (ex-Yugoslavia) in 1960. They were one of the first instrumental rock groups in Zagreb founded by Miro Wohlfart, Ninoslav Kožul, Darko Brozović, Mišo Zozolly and Josip Dajčman. They recorded only one EP and they split in 1963.

utorak, 14. srpnja 2015.

INDEXI - Modra rijeka (1978)

INDEXI album "Modra rijeka" from 1978 is nevertheless a pinnacle of the Yugoslavian progressive rock. A highly elaborated concept album based on the lyrics of the one of best-known Bosnian poets, Mak Dizdar, offers great musicianship in the manner of symphonic-style prog. (from progarchives.com)

ponedjeljak, 13. srpnja 2015.

INDEXI - Plima (1972) EP

At the beginning of the 70's INDEXI toured extensively and played at many pop festivals, making plans at the same time for recording their first LP album. Producers in the phonographic companies, however, insisted on their making hit-singles only. In this period they played in Soviet Union, Poland and Bulgaria in addition to frequent concert performances across former Yugoslavia. This is their fourth EP from 1972. (from exyupoprockmadness)

srijeda, 8. srpnja 2015.

KORNELYANS - Not An Ordinary Life (1974)

"Not An Ordinary Life" is the second album by KORNI GRUPA (aka KORNELYANS. Album was recorded in Italy with better sound equipment and more careful production. The material ranged from the complex jazzy progressive rock of the title track to the sentimental (but memorable} ballad "Generation 1942". "Fall Off The Land Of Woman" was a re-recording of "Bezglave Ja-Ha Horde" from their first album. This is one of the best Yugoslavian rock albums ever made, really a great achievement. The Italian edition had English lyrics, unlike the domestic release. (from wikipedia)

ponedjeljak, 6. srpnja 2015.

CRVENA JABUKA - Tamo gdje ljubav počinje (1989)

"Tamo gdje ljubav počinje" is the fourth studio album by CRVENA JABUKA. The album was released in 1989. This album is mostly centered on love songs, and has six singles. After the release of this album there was a tour that lasted to near the start of 1990. (from wikipedia)

nedjelja, 5. srpnja 2015.

CRVENA JABUKA - Sanjati (1988)

"Sanjati" is the third studio album by CRVENA JABUKA. The album was released in 1988. In the ex-Yugoslavian territory it sold over 250,000 copies. This is the album that put the band back into commercial success after their 1987 release "Za sve ove godine". Perhaps the most notable songs on this album are "Twist and Shout" ("Sviđa mi se ova stvar") which samples Los Lobos' "La Bamba", and the Beatles' tune "Twist and Shout". The other song that is significant on this album is the song "Ti znaš" which has an opening guitar riff almost identical to U2's song "Bad". (from wikipedia)

subota, 4. srpnja 2015.

CRVENA JABUKA - Za sve ove godine (1987)

"Za sve ove godine" is the second album by the Sarajevo based pop rock band CRVENA JABUKA. It was released in 1987. This album was meant to be a tribute album to the band's two lost members: bassist Aljoša Buha and singer and guitarist Dražen Ričl-Zijo. Both members were the purification of the band, and the band seemed to have fell apart without them. Though this album did not reach as much commercial success as the 1986 debut album "Crvena jabuka" did, it did have an acoustic sound to it. The album had two ballads "Tugo nesrećo" and "Uzmi me (kad hoćeš ti)" notable for its recorder solo in the middle of the song. The third single which was more sounding like their first album was the title track. The other two songs on the album that remind fans of the band's first album were "Jedina" and "Otrov". (from wikipedia)