The EP, beside the title track, featured two more tracks, "Devojka iz svemira" ("A Girl from Outer Space") and "Možda, možda" ("Maybe, Maybe"), and was produced by Saša Habić. Demo version of the song "Možda, možda" also appeared on the Ventilator 202 Demo Top 10 compilation. The following year, the band released their debut album, Muzika za mlade (Music for the Young Ones), produced by Slobodan Marković, featuring a cover version of the Bay City Rollers' "Yesterday's Hero", with lyrics in Serbian entitled "Ne, nisam tvoj heroj" ("No, I'm Not Your Hero"), and a nationwide hit "Moja devojka" ("My Girlfirend"). The track "Baby" featured sampled accordion and car engine sounds, and the whole album featured an analog drum machine. Having released the album, the band performed at the Split music festival with the song "Ja sam mornar" ("I'm a Sailor") and a cover version of Paul Anka's "Love Me Warm and Tender", with lyrics in Serbian entitled "Voli me" ("Love Me"), which appeared on the various artists compilation Split '84. The following album Striptiz (Striptease), released in 1985, featured the hit "Blago morskih dubina" ("Sea-Depths Treasure"), but the public did not show much interest for the rest of the album.
The song also appeared as a B-side of the "Cry, Baby, Cry" single, released during the same year. After the album release, vocalist Đorđe Dragojlović left the band and started working under the alias Super Đoka, under which he appeared at the MESAM festival in 1986 with the song "Pokreni me" ("Turn Me Around"). The song later appeared on the festival album MESAM 1986. Two years later, in 1988, the band members went to Italy and performed at night clubs and cabarets, and having returned to Yugoslavia, in 1989, the band ceased to exist. On January 1994, the band reunited to perform at the unplugged festival at Sava Centar in Belgrade, and the acoustic version of "Šizika" ("Crazyca"), recorded at the festival was released on the various artists compilation Bez struje (Without Electricity). The following year, Dragojlović reformed the band in a new lineup, featuring former Galija guitarist Dragutin Jakovljević, Piloti drummer Zoran Obradović "Ćera", keyboardist Ivan Aleksijević and bassist Rade Bulatović.
Together they released the comeback album Stereo. The album featured newly recorded versions of "Blago morskih dubina", "Kraj" ("The End") and "Pokreni me" and a cover versions of Herbie Hancock's "Cantaloupe Island", entitled "Šta bi dao bre" ("What Would I Give"), Brian Eno and John Cale's "Empty Frame", entitled "Dragan, Marko i Violeta" ("Dragan, Marko and Violeta") and Pro Arte song "Lola". The album was recorded during January at Mačak Studio and produced by the band themselves. After the album release, the band split up.
Dragojlović appeared as guest on the cover version of "Šizika" recorded by the band Ruž on their album Kao nekad in 1995. In March 2006, the original lineup reunited to perform as guests at the Delča i Sklekovi concert held in the Belgrade Dom Omladine. In October of the same year, the band performed as an opening act for Duran Duran. 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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