"Volite se ljudožderi" Toma Bebić debut album was the first album ever recorded in Split, Croatia. Also, the book of aphorisms: "Volite se ljudožderi" (Love each other, canibals) was published after his death from his unpublished books, manuscripts and tone records.
One of the greatest guitar players in Ex Yu and now in Serbia is Zlatko Manojlović. In 1977 he formed heavy metal band Gordi. Beside the group he was recording solo projects. Here is his third solo album "Jednoj ženi". Album was recoreded in studio Druga Maca in Belgrade and produced by Enco Lesić.
Pussycats on tape "89-93". Songs were recorded in studio's Da & Kazablanka. Album was produced by Voja Aralica. Special guest on keyboard was Margita Stefanović (EKV). Bend members were: Piske (vocal), Kara (guitars), Vanja (guitar), Alek (bass, vocal) & Duje (drums).
Second Regata album "Spavaj mi vještice" was recorded in studio "Tetrapak" in Split and released on 8th of October in 1986, produced by Željko Brodarić Jappa. Bend members were: Nikola Gečević Koce (vocal, guitar), Tomislav Šojat Tompa (bass), Gordan Milas (keyboard) and Dražen Kovač (drums). Regata-1986-Spavaj mi vještice [Lp]
After first album with hit "U ime naroda" group Valter from Osijek in 1989 released their second album "Valter II". Album was recorded in studio Mak, Gradište and produced by Miroslav Zečić. Bend members were: Berislav Savić (vocal), Miroslav Zečić (guitar), Boris Šanić (bass) and Damir Galeković (drums).
First Yugoslavian reggae group Naya was formed by Branko Sretenović i Miroslav Glišić in 1982. Debut album "Naya" produced by Eddy Grant brother Alpine Grant was recorded in Belgrade studio Druga Maca and released in Januray 1983. Album featured three Eddy Grant songs, "Race hate", "Mystic sister" & "Until the morning comes".
Dejan Cukić is well-known for his excellent vocals and passionate on-stage mannerisms. He was formerly a member of Bajaga & Instruktori (1984-1987), one of the most popular former Yugoslav and Serbian pop-rock bands of all time. Previously he was a frontman of the group Bulevar. His second solo album with Spori Ritam Band "Zajedno" released on 27 of February in 1989. Album was recorded in studio Radio Baelgrade and produced by Saša Habić.
Toma Bebić (November 6, 1935-June 12, 1990) was a Croatian multidisciplinary artist. During life he worked as a navy officer, teacher, secretary, journalist, court distraint, football coach, mechanic and much more. As an artist he was musician, writer, actor, painter, poet ... And his two very popular albums from 1975. "Volite se ljudožderi" and 1980. "Oya noya" becoming more and more popular, and every artist finds inspiration in his distinctive lyrics and music. Here is second album "Oya noya".
Dead Ideas were a hardcore band from (ex)Yugoslavia, they were formed in 1991 and at that time they were the only band with female vocals, they were the first d.i.y. band that gained some bigger attention and made media and public turn their eyes on this thing called punk. Here is promo tape from 1992.
Borghesia is a Slovenian electronic music/rock music group, created in Ljubljana in 1982. The band was formed by members of the alternative theatre group Theatre FV-112/15. Borghesia created its aesthetics using the imagery of prohibited, tabooed and repressed. Their sound is often compared to that of other groups in the period such as D.A.F., Manufacture and more notably Front 242, whom many cite as the chief instigators of the Electronic Body Music label used to describe such music.
Vajta became popular in the 1981 Eurovision Song Contest during which he represented Yugoslavia. He achieved 15th place for Yugoslavia with the song "Lejla", which became a hit and still is throughout the Balkan countries. Here is 7inch "Leila". B side "Čovjek bez problema".
Guitar Festival in Zaječar was one of the best Festivals in ex Yugoslavia especially for newcomers and unknown bands. Guitar Festival in Zaječar was founded by Zlatni Prsti's singer and guitarist Momčilo Radenković and was opened in 1966. Here is the tape from 1988 festival. Winner was band Vrijeme Nježnosti from Split with song "Poslije hladnih snjegova".
In 1980 Amila’s prolific career spiraled into the heights of Rock Stardom in Yugoslavia. She landed up with record deals with Yugoton Records and recorded two albums "Kakav divan dan" and "Igre slobode", collaborated with the most famous musicians of that time in Yugoslavia, Goran Bregović, Laza Ristovski, Sead Lipovača, Alen Islamović....
Svetlana Makarović, born 1939 in Maribor. Graduated at the Academy for Theatre and Film in Ljubljana. Worked as an actress and freelance writer. She is well-known for her poetry and prose for children and adults, as a singer, composer, illustrator and her own chansons performer. In 1986 together with Dennis Gonzales she released album "Pelin Žena". Album was recorded in studio Tivoli, Ljubljana and produced by Dennis Gonzales.
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