Sretno dijete

With plenty of music and shots from the times of the new wave, The Lucky Child is a little monument to the generation that was growing up with a strong belief that rock'n'roll is more important than life. Sign in to vote. Pankrti topic Pankrti The Bastards in Slovene are a punk rock band from Ljubljana, Slovenia, active in the late s and s. Lucky Kid is a must see documentary which I personally would include in the elementary schools roster nowadays for the education purpose. Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options.

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Bomba A song about having to pay, literally pay, to keep a beautiful girl around because she's a bomb. So chasing down all the artists all over the world deserves praise.

idjete The group was mostly influenced by Caribbean music. And the people who made srretno music are now older, one foot in present, another in the past, some wiser, some changed. SFR Yugoslav pop and rock scene includes the pop and rock music of the former SFR Yugoslavia, including all their genres and subgenres.

Yugoslav rock music groups Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Yugoslavia does not exist anymore. Different locations, different memories, and very different srehno, might produce a total mixture of scenes, but it's the music which is holding this movie firmly and tightly together and from the opening intro over the credits a viewer is caught in this brilliant soundtrack of genuinely catchy tunes. The track is actually the first ever song written by the band. A list of films produced in Croatia.

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The first album named Azra was published in and achieved commercial success and popularized Azra in former Yugoslavia. The Yugoslav punk bands were the first punk bands ever formed in a socialist sta Some of its acts are also counted as belonging to the Yugoslav punk scene which already existed prior to new wave.

Dijfte feedback about Popular music in Yugoslavia: Club DJs Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Film was a Yugoslav rock group founded in in Zagreb. Lucky Kid is a must see documentary which I personally would include in the elementary schools roster nowadays for the education purpose.

The song also appeared on the band's debut album and several various artists compilations. Member feedback about Film band: Audible Download Audio Books.

Sretno dijete

You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Full Cast and Crew. And the people who made that music are now older, one foot in present, another in the past, some wiser, some changed.

Short-lived but extremely influential, in addition to being one of the most important acts of the Yugoslav new wave scene, the three piece left an indelible mark on the entire music scene of former Yugoslavia. Audible Download Audio Books. Inat the beginning of Breakup of Yugoslavia, the festival ceased to exist. This is a rock'n'roll documentary which was long time in making and even more awaited. Punk rock in Yugoslavia was the punk subculture of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

It's not a poetic movie, or rock-history lesson from former Yugoslavian tradition it is simply a subjective view of an individual and his memories from that time, from a point of a witness not a performer.

It also brings back the feel of Zagreb ahh, that attitude! They are considered to be one sregno the most influential bands from the former Yugoslav new wave rock era and the Yugoslav rock scene in general.

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Member feedback about Sretno dijete: The DIY punkzine scene also started to srerno in Yugoslavia. History Hipnotisano Pile members gathered one evening in the "Mornar" Kafana in Belgrade and decided to form one more band.

Postolar Tripper is a hip hop-ethno-ska-reggae band from Zadar, Croatia.

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