TOMA BEBIĆ fourth single record from 1974.
ponedjeljak, 31. kolovoza 2015.
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subota, 29. kolovoza 2015.
petak, 28. kolovoza 2015.
četvrtak, 27. kolovoza 2015.
srijeda, 26. kolovoza 2015.
utorak, 25. kolovoza 2015.
ponedjeljak, 24. kolovoza 2015.
nedjelja, 23. kolovoza 2015.
subota, 22. kolovoza 2015.
TVRDO SRCE I VELIKE UŠI was formed in 1981, in Beograd (Serbia) by Dragutin Savić (vocal), Branimir Savić (bass), Nebojša Jovanović (guitar) and Ivan Ranković (drums). Their one and only album "Kaži ovom bati pa-pa" released on 7 July in 1983.
ponedjeljak, 17. kolovoza 2015.
nedjelja, 16. kolovoza 2015.
četvrtak, 13. kolovoza 2015.
srijeda, 12. kolovoza 2015.
utorak, 11. kolovoza 2015.
ponedjeljak, 10. kolovoza 2015.
nedjelja, 9. kolovoza 2015.
"Priča o ljubavi obično ugnjavi" is the ninth studio album by RIBLJA ČORBA. With the release of the album, the band celebrated ten years of existence. The songs generally did not deal with politics (for what Riblja Čorba was well-known). The songs "Avionu slomiću ti krila", "Kaži, ko te ljubi dok sam ja na straži" (which featured a quote from Pro Arte's 1972 song "Tko te ljubi dok sam ja na straži"), and "Još jedna cigareta pre spavanja" were the album's biggest hits.
subota, 8. kolovoza 2015.
"Ujed za dušu" is the eighth studio album by RIBLJA ČORBA. Except song "Član mafije", which had elements of the Caribbean music and criticized League of Communists of Yugoslavia, album did not feature any other song with political-related lyrics, which was Riblja Čorba's trademark. The album hits included Riblja Čorba's first cover "Zadnji voz za Čačak" (cover of The Monkees' "Last Train to Clarksville"), an all-time hit "Kad padne noć (Upomoć)" and ballad "Da, to sam ja".
petak, 7. kolovoza 2015.
"Osmi nervni slom" is the seventh studio album by RIBLJA ČORBA. The album produced by Kornelije Kovač, who also played keyboards on the album. The song "Amsterdam" featured Eddy Grant on vocals. The ballad "Prokleto sam" featured actress Ana Kostovska on backing vocals. "Jedan čovek" featured Jova Maljoković on saxophone. (from wikipedia)
četvrtak, 6. kolovoza 2015.
"Istina" is the sixth studio album by RIBLJA ČORBA. The album is considered by fans and critics alike to be one of Riblja Čorba's finest works, as well as the band's triumphant comeback after the unsuccessful album "Večeras vas zabavljaju muzičari koji piju". "Istina" is also significant as the band's first album recorded with guitarists Vidoja Božinović and Nikola Čuturilo, the two joining the band after the departure of Rajko Kojić and Momčilo Bajagić. The album was recorded during the winter 1984–1985. It was recorded by Goran Vejvoda and produced by John McCoy. After Riblja Čorba's record label Jugoton refused to release the songs "Snage opozicije", "Pogledaj dom svoj, anđele", "Alo", and "Dvorska budala" because of the provocative political-related lyrics, the band signed back with Jugoton's main competitor PGP-RTB. Nevertheless, the song "Snage opozicije" was not released on the album, and it only saw the light of day some thirteen years later on the 1997 compilation album "Treći srpski ustanak". The track "Disko mišić" featured Goran Bregović, leader of Riblja Čorba's biggest rivals at the time, Bijelo Dugme, on vocals (Đorđević previously made a guest appearance on Bijelo Dugme's 1984 self-titled album, singing with Bregović in the song "Pediculis Pubis"). (from wikipedia)
srijeda, 5. kolovoza 2015.
"Buvlja pijaca" is the fourth studio album by RIBLJA ČORBA. The album produced by John McCoy. It featured a softer sound than previous Riblja Čorba releases, as some of the songs featured string and brass instruments and had elements of acoustic rock. (from wikipedia)
utorak, 4. kolovoza 2015.
"U ime naroda" is the first live album by RIBLJA ČORBA. The album was recorded on the band's concert held on April 11, 1982 in Pionir Hall in Beograd. The album title innuends to the censorship the band's leader Bora Đorđević fought at the time of album release. (from wikipedia)
ponedjeljak, 3. kolovoza 2015.
"Večeras vas zabavljaju muzičari koji piju" is the fifth studio album from influential Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band RIBLJA ČORBA. As Riblja Čorba's record label PGP RTB did not want to finance recording in London, the band moved to Jugoton. Immediately after the album was released, state's censors declared songs "Mangupi vam kvare dete" and "Besni psi" ethicaly unacceptable. "Besni psi" caused an international scandal. Beacuse of the lyrics "Grčki sverceri, arapski studenti, negativni elementi, maloletni delikventi i besni psi", the embassies of three Arabian countries and Zaire protested, complaining that songwriter Bora Đorđević had equated foreign students and mad dogs. The Yugoslav Ministry of culture ordered an analysis of the song by the experts. With dark, depresive atmosphere, album was not as nearly successful as Riblja Čorba's previous albums bringing only one hit, Momčilo Bajagić's gentle ballad "Kad hodaš". (from exyupoprockmadness.blogspot.com)