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Retrieved 21 September This page was last edited on 18 Februaryat With the debut album release, the Godine ljubavithe band moved towards a more experimental post-punk sound, before achieving nationwide commercial success with the release of the album O je!
Antologija ex YU rok poezije – The original lineup recorded yet another album, the synthpop Budimo zajednowhich failed to repeat the commercial success of its predecessors, causing the band to disband in The lineup recorded the critically godiine fifth studio album Izgleda da mi smo samiafter which the band disbanded. The three also worked as associate journalists for the Mladi novi svet show airing on Studio B radio station. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Inthe band signed a contract with Jugoton and released the album O je! Archived from the original on 28 March Retrieved from ” https: Due to the inability to achieve the success of the previous records the band ceased to exist.
Views Read Edit View history. Despite the hit song “Vreme k za nas”, the album was not commercially successful, causing the band to disband in The three used to write amateur theatre plays and in decided to form a band. Part of the concept was also reading of ironic and comical speeches, usage of Pamflex flags and using theater language style.
When the Yugoslav wars started, the band became goodine and reformed only for major events skripxu the student’s protests, Gitarijada festival, and others, and in the meantime prepared some new material, which was never released.
InSerbian alternative rock band Block Out released a cover of “Beograd spava” as a single. Duringthe band had numerous live appearances in Belgrade and Zagreband soon established a fanbase.
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