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Disciplin A Kitschme

Disciplin A Kitschme

Disciplin A Kitschme


Disciplin A Kitschme is a Serbian band, one of the two spin-offs of the seminal Yugoslav New Wave and later post-punk band Šarlo Akrobata. Founded in early 80's by Dušan Kojić - Koja, band was named Disciplina Kičme and releases four studio albums. As war has started in former Yugoslavia, Koja moved to London and with Gofie Bebe as a singer and Pete "Beat" Warren on drums he reformed the band with an altered name - Disciplin A Kitschme. In 1996 Read more on Last.fm
Disciplin A Kitschme is a Serbian band, one of the two spin-offs of the seminal Yugoslav New Wave and later post-punk band Šarlo Akrobata. Founded in early 80's by Dušan Kojić - Koja, band was named Disciplina Kičme and releases four studio albums. As war has started in former Yugoslavia, Koja moved to London and with Gofie Bebe as a singer and Pete "Beat" Warren on drums he reformed the band with an altered name - Disciplin A Kitschme. In 1996 the band released the album I Think I See Myself On CCTV featuring English versions of Disciplina Kičme songs, "Do Not" ("Nemoj"), "Oh Why" ("Zašto"), "Children Song" ("Dečija pesma") and "Is That Really All?" ("Zar je to sve"). In 1998 they released album Heavy Bass Blues which beside the new material featured a cover version of the John D. Loudermilk song "Tobacco Road" and two Disciplina Kičme songs, "Noize In Fashion" ("Buka u modi") and "High Temperature Man" ("Čovek sa visokom temperaturom").

Co-producer of the album was Skip McDonald (a.k.a. Little Axe). In February and September 1998, the band performed in Serbia and partially the former Yugoslav republics. The band returned to Serbia in the late 1999 and presented the new drummer, Will Parker from Australia. The following year the band released the album Refresh Your Senses, NOW! featuring "Da Answer" and songs dealing with the new political situation in Serbia, "D' Demoncracy Yeah" and "Surely They Won't Get Much...

of My Sympathy". The lineup continued touring and performing live until 2003. In 2005, a new lineup of Disciplin A Kitchme, featuring Kazna Za Uši vocalist Manja Đorđević, former Sunshine, Partibrejkers and Električni Orgazam drummer Miloš Velimir - Buca and percussionist PP (who left the band after a short period of time), recorded a comeback single "Političari + virusi" ("Politicians + Viruses"), released by Tom Tom Music in 2005, On July 10, 2005 the band performed on the main stage at the EXIT Festival. The recording of the performance was released on the Uživo sa Egzit-a! / Live At Exit! DVD in 2006. In 2007, Disciplin A Kitchme released a new album Kada kažeš muzika, na šta tačno misliš, reci mi? (When You Say Music, of What Exactly do You Think, Tell Me?). The album was conceptual, mainly dealing with the growing popularity of MP3 music, especially in the songs "Bunt" ("Riot"), "Info" and "Neko mora to da spreči" ("Somebody Has to Stop It").

As a gift, buyers of first 1000 copies got old-fashion lolipop with band logo sticker packed in. 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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