The new lineup consisted of Ljuba Đorđević (keyboard), Boba Orlić (formerly of Bitnici, bass guitar) Dragan Vukelić (electric piano) and Radomir Dramičanin (formerly of Dah, drums). Siluete went on a tour on which Miščević appeared on stage with a snake, but they saw little success and disbanded once again. In 1976 Miščević and Đorđević reformed Siluete with a group of younger musicians. This lineup recorded single "Ponoćni voz" and single "Makedonsko devojče" with former miss Yugoslavia Lidija Vekovska. During the following years Miščević led Siluete with little success.
More than 180 musicians passed through Siluete and new musical tendencies took Siluete to the margin. However, Siluete appeared on several larger concerts, on which the band performed a cover of Bijelo Dugme's "Kad bi bio bijelo dugme" with lyrics "Dok su bile Siluete Dugmići su bili malo dete" ("While Silhouettes were playing Buttons were just kids"). Siluete would later appear on Bijelo Dugme's concert on JNA Stadium as one of the opening bands. In 1986 Ljuba Đorđević died, but Miščević decided to continue activity. In 1994 a various artists compilation album Sjaj izgubljene ljubavi ("Shine of the Lost Love") which featured Siluete song "Tvoj rođendan" was released.
Zoran Miščević died on April 4, 1995. In 2000 compilation album Vis Siluete with an overview of the bands work was released. Kad je rock bio mlad, a 2005 box-set compilation released by Croatia Records, featuring the Yugoslav rock pioneer bands, included the band's instrumental 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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