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Yugoslav rock music groups Yugoslav hard rock musical groups Yugoslav progressive rock groups Bosnia and Herzegovina musical groups Bosnia and Herzegovina new wave musical groups Musical groups established in Musical groups bijelo dugme zaboravi ako mozes in They fought for the freedom of taste, by then unimaginable in socialism, and won.
InRadio Television of Serbia aired a four-part documentary about the band entitled Nakon svih ovih godina. With his return to the band, Bijelo Dugme’s default lineup reunited. At the beginning ofthe band went on a tour which should have lasted until April 1. The song “Kosovska” ” Kosovo Song” featured Albanian language lyrics. Bijelo Dugme is widely considered to have been the most popular band ever to exist in the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and one of the most important acts of the Yugoslav rock scene.
S3 Mediji Special editidon: The band wanted to organize some sort of spectacle to help their dhgme popularity. The original idea was for the video to feature iconography inspired by the Serbian Army in World War I. Lullaby for Radmila M is the sixth studio album by the Dugje rock band Bijelo Dugmereleased in During their entire career, they had the endless love of the audience, the constant envy of their colleagues and divided sympathy of the establishment.
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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. With the sounds that tear to pieces everything that does not subject to them I myself felt mincedwith blinding games of light, in the whirlpool of young bodies uncaring for their small spot, an event which will be remembered was created, an event which, in my opinion, Bijelo Dugme accidentally set in motion.
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Wikimedia Commons has media related to Bijelo dugme. At the beginning ofBijelo Dugme recorded a children’s music album The album’s title track was used in mockumentary film Borat but did not appear on the official soundtrack album. Even for than unripe age of man’s life, the lyrics: Sarajevo, Zagreb, Beograd Ko ne poludi taj nije normalan! There was everything present in all big biographies of rock: The concert featured numerous opening acts: Inspired by Yugoslavismwith numerous references to Yugoslav unity and the lyrics on the inner sleeve printed in both Cyrillic bijel Latin alphabets, the album featured the familiar folk-oriented pop rock sound.
Bijelo dugme zaboravi ako mozes from ” https: Energy, as we know, can not be lost, although it often seemed to me that today’s youth has lost it. This article is about the band.
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It was the period after zaboarvi state of emergency in Kosovoafter the events which left a bitter taste in everyone’s mouth. The generation which found its Bijelo Dugme will more likely find its Bach than the generation for which Bach is a social bijelo dugme zaboravi ako mozes, which is dressed in its formal suit and locked in its concert chair.
White Button was a Yugoslav rock band, based in Sarajevo. Bijelo Dugme is a peak of a wave of youth subculture. Before the recording of their second album, Bijelo Dugme went to bijelo dugme zaboravi ako mozes village Borike in Eastern Bosnia in order to work on the songs and prepare for the recording sessions. The clashes within the band were becoming more and more frequent,  the concerts were followed by technical difficulties and bad reviews in the press,  and the audience was not interested in the band’s concerts as it was during previous tours.
They promoted the necessity of zabofavi, the exigency of authenticity, the importance of attitude, the need for complete dedication, the high level of professionalism and the modern package. He left the band after the album release, dedicating himself to business with computers. Rolling Stone in Croatian. Bijelo Dugme was maybe the biggest collateral damage of the Cold War when it comes to music: