Ništa ali logopedi
Ništa ali logopedi
In the meantime they prepared their debut album, recorded in "Do Re Mi" studio in Novi Sad, which was released the following year. Ad hoc Klića ("Ad hoc Clitoris") , available only on compact cassette was released through L.V.O. records and featured guest appearances of Goblini guitarist Alen Jovanović who provided backing vocals and Igor Đorić Ipi who played lead guitar. The songs "Pigs From Space ", "Stao sam na Stone Called Crazy ", "Janjine Janjine" and "Jarmush Jim Rap " showed the band's sense of humor with lyrics describing love for pork and wedding ceremonies, even quotations from school literature such as English language beginners coursebook.
Promotional videos were recorded for the tracks "Janjine Janjine " and "Svadbarski omaž za 6 osoba ". The band appeared on the various artists live compilation Groovanje with the song "Janjine Janjine ", recorded live in Belgrade's Dom Omladine. During May 1996 the band toured Slovenia with the bands Svarog, Goblini and Love Hunters, but without Darko Veljić on accordion. Having finished touring, they entered the Akademija Studio in Belgrade to record their second album Vaspostavljanje. The album featured many guest appearances including Block Out vocalist Milutin Jovančić and guitarist Nikola Vranjković.
Even though the album recording was finished by September, it was released two years later by ITMM. Promotional videos were recorded for the track "Serbs " as well as for the cover of Idoli song "Plastika" (renamed to "Metaloplastika "). The song "Prporuše " featured lyrics of a folk song Vuk Karadžić had noted while visiting Lika and the song "Tonski zapis (MKNŽ, Ilirska Bistrica, maj '96.)", the intro of the song "Jarmush Jim Rap" was recorded in 1996 at their appearance in Ilirska Bistrica. the album was well acclaimed by the critics, but the media payed insufficient attention to the album release. After the album release and the departure of the bassist Stanojević to the USA, the band ceased to exist.
Accordionist Veljić joined Vrooom, and vocalist Jovanović, inspired by his military service during the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, wrote a poetry book entitled Vi, bedni, odvratni civili, published in 2000. In 2006, Živko Ivković wrote the book about the Šabac rock scene entitled Od Čivija do Goblina which included a CD compilation featuring the band's song "Serbs ". The band reunited in December 2016. and played one show with Nikola Vranjković. 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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