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Plejboj

Plejboj

Plejboj


The band was formed in 1992 by former Euforija and Presing members, bassist Roman Goršek, guitarist Igor Perović and drummer Miladin Radivojević. They were soon joined by saxophonist Dušan Petrović (former Duh Nibor and Deca Loših Muzičara member). Together they had their first public appearance at the Brzi Bendovi Srbije festival held at the Dom Omladine in Belgrade, where performing with kitschy clothes, attractive musical style, wigs and on-stage dancers, the band easily drawn the attention of the public to themselves. Read more on Last.fm
The band was formed in 1992 by former Euforija and Presing members, bassist Roman Goršek, guitarist Igor Perović and drummer Miladin Radivojević. They were soon joined by saxophonist Dušan Petrović (former Duh Nibor and Deca Loših Muzičara member). Together they had their first public appearance at the Brzi Bendovi Srbije festival held at the Dom Omladine in Belgrade, where performing with kitschy clothes, attractive musical style, wigs and on-stage dancers, the band easily drawn the attention of the public to themselves. In 1993, the band performed as a part of the Trinidad Trip band in the play Trinidad which was directed in the BITEF theater by Milutin Petrović. The song "Ja hoću mambo", performed with Branka Katić, Slobodan Ninković and Branko Vidaković on vocals, soon became a nationwide hit.

The band also wrote music for a part of the Beogradske priče play and appeared on the soundtrack and performed in the film Geto - Tajni život grada. The debut album, Sviraj dečko, the band recorded featuring guest appearances by Papa Nik (piano), Marko Milivojević (percussion) and Vlada Lešić (congas) and the tracks "Koliko", "Grizi metak" and "Skidam se" were distinguished as the prominent. In early 1995, the band got a new drummer, Goran Milošević, and in the new lineup performed at the Sumertime Jazz and Blues festival at Sava Centar in Belgrade as an opening act for Fishbelly Black, promoting the band's first single Zajedno, a cover of Film single, and their own song, "Znaj". The beginning of the song "Zajedno" featured a similar intro to the Disciplina Kičme version of the song "Čudna šuma". As guests on the single appeared drummer Srđan Todorović and Deca Loših Muzičara trombonist Borislav Veličković. The band worked on the Do Koske movie soundtrack providing it with dynamic instrumental compositions, themes influenced by Latino music and on the soundtrack also appeared a new mix of the song "Grizi metak". The song "Kokain", which appeared on the soundtrack, featured the rapper Bane Bojović Gymbrowsky, appeared on the Sunshine single "Kokane" released by Metropolis in 1997. The album Overdrive featured brass and string sections, and as guest on backing vocals appeared Kazna Za Uši member Ivan Đorđević Ivek on the track "Superstar".

At the same time, the band recorded a cover version of Šarlo Akrobata song "Sad se jasno vidi" which appeared on the various artists compilation Korak napred 2 koraka nazad. It was the last recording the band had made. The band ceased to exist in 1999 during the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. In 2006, the band ought to have performed, along with Alice Cooper, as an opening act for the Belgrade concert of the Rolling Stones, however, the concert was canceled and the band performed at the Exit Festival, and in 2007, the band once again reunited to perform at the Jelen Pivo Live festival 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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