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Deca loših muzičara

Deca loših muzičara

Deca loših muzičara


Deca Loših Muzičara (Serbian Cyrillic: Деца Лоших Музичара; trans. Bad Musicians' Children), often abbreviated to DLM, are a rock band from Belgrade, Serbia. They were one of most perspective Serbian bands from the early 1990s, with several notable hits, but intermittent album releases and uneven activity levels somewhat spoiled their career. Most DLM's songs are fast and furious funk, but melodic, adored by trumpet and saxophone lines. Read more on Last.fm
Deca Loših Muzičara (Serbian Cyrillic: Деца Лоших Музичара; trans. Bad Musicians' Children), often abbreviated to DLM, are a rock band from Belgrade, Serbia. They were one of most perspective Serbian bands from the early 1990s, with several notable hits, but intermittent album releases and uneven activity levels somewhat spoiled their career. Most DLM's songs are fast and furious funk, but melodic, adored by trumpet and saxophone lines. DLM formed in 1988 by Jova Jović (guitar), Aleksandar Siljanovski Silja (vocals), Vladan Miljković Milje (saxophone), Zoran Milivojević Mikac (drums), Zoran Živković (bass), Đorđe Anđelić Kića (trumpet) and Ivan Blagojević Uške (trumpet).

Saxophonist Dušan Petrović was also a temporary band member, but soon moved to Plejboj. After Blagojević's departute, trumpet player Bora Veličković. The band won at the last Youth Festival in Subotica 1990, and the song "Doživotno osuđen na ljubav" (Sentenced to Life in Love) was published in the festival compilation. The recording of the band's debut album Dobar dan, produced by Vlada Žeželj, was finished in early 1992, but it was a year later that the album was released. Influenced by the, at the time popular, American rock sound and colored with brass sections, with the prominent songs "Kreditna kartica", which partially features lyrics in Slovene language as Siljanovski spoke the language, "Zeka", "Ljubomora" and "Mara", provided the band's growing popularity.

The album also featured two bonus tracks, "Ja sam tvoj čovek" and "Njena je, njena je". The band also represented Yugoslavia at the Music Days festival held at Strasbourg. In the meantime, the band's brass section started recording and performing with the oi! punk rock band Direktori. The band also appeared in the Srđan Dragojević movie Dva sata kvalitetnog TV programa performing a cover version of Metak song "Da mi je biti morski pas". The second album, Prolećni dan, accompanied with songs "Vlade Divac", devoted to the famous basketball player, "Konji ritma" and the title track became essential part of the band's live performances.

The song "Ubiše Pabla" featured improvised lyrics in Spanish language. The album was produced by the band themselves, and as guests on the album appeared Puroni on percussion and Dež Molnar on saxophone. The band also recorded a cover version of AC/DC single "Let There Be Rock", which was released on the various artists compilation Ovo je zemlja za nas?!? and released by BOOM 93, and appeared on the Radio Index various artists compilation Nas slušju svi, mi ne slušamo nikoga with a live version of "Dobar dan", recorded at Dom Omladine in Belgrade and "Vi što maštate o sreći". The 1998 album "Virus" featured the music the band recorded for the Dušan Kovačević theater play of the same name. The album featured only two songs, "Ljubav", featuring lead vocals by the starring actor Ivan Jevtović, and "Dezodorans", and the rest of the released material consisted of instrumental tracks, including a cover version of a theme Maurice Ravel's Boléro.

During the same year, the band wrote music for one more play, Siniša Kovačević's Kraljević Marko, in which the band appeared as live performers and acting minor roles. The band also appeared on the Drž'te jih!To nisu Niet!!! tribute album of the Slovenian band Niet, with the song "Zastave". After an 8-year long break, in 2005, the band recorded a new album ...gde cveta samsung žut in a new lineup. Beside Siljanovski, Milivojević, Živković and Veličković, the new members became trombonist Mihajlo Bogosavljević, a former Havana Whispers member and Del Arno Band guitarist, and guitarist Goran Đorđević Đole. The song lyrics for the album were written by Miljković, who in the meantime moved to Slovenia.

On Spring of the following year Siljanovski left the band and was replaced by Ivan Jevtović, a long-time friend of the band. On late June, 2009, the band officially announced their disbanding, stating no specific reason of their disbandment. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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