The Books Of Knjige
The Books Of Knjige
They are also registered as an NGO in Montenegro. Members of this troop grew up as close friends in Cetinje, Montenegro. They have been know in the city for their frequent practical jokes and amateur comedy shows, which started their popularity. Music The Books of Knjige have published only one official album, "Moja Domovina" ("My Homeland") in 2000. It was released by "Balkan Productions". Its first single, "Moja Domovina", was temporarily blocked on RTCG for its allegedly controversial content.
Their genre is alternative rock, with predominantly humourous lyrics. Also, in 2006 they have recorded a single "Bjež'te drogaši" ("Go Away, You Druggies") as a part of the Montenegrin Government's anti-drug campaign. Moja Domovina 1. "Intro (skit)" 2. "Đaoli me Znali" 3. "Kao da Cvijeće Umije da Pleše" 4.
"Moja Domovina" 5. "Smoki" 6. "Da je Šćelo Bit da Bude Moglo je Bit" 7. "Džuli" 8.
"Neka si Pošla" 9. "Sanjam da te Znam" 10. "Smoki II" 11. "Gumena Pjesma" 12.
"Džeko" 13. "Still Got the Blues (Kako mi je...)" -Before each song there is a short comical skit as its intro, recorded as a separate track. Radio The Books of Knige have hosted a radio show for a while on local Radio Cetinje, mostly consisting of previously prepared skits on current topics. In 1998, they have signed a contract with Radio Antena M, and are doing a weekly friday night show on that radio station. The show is simply called "The Books of Knjige" and is on air live every Friday night, at midnight. It lasts for two hours.
Popaj, Gajo and Goran are the show hosts, while fourth member, Zonjo, is a producer and DJ. The show is usually composed from three parts. The first one is a humorous talk about current events, with an satirical retrospect to last week's current events. The second part usually consists of talking with two guests, and making fun of them mercilessly.
The guests are either popular singers, film directors and other famous people from Balkans or people with very bizarre occupations, hobbies or sexual preferences. The third, last part of the show is usually a series of skits, or simply a free talk about topics the hosts feel like talking about. Fictional Characters Some of the fictional characters from the TBOK radio serial: Gardaš, a brutal police officer from Cetinje. Miško Ajkula, a Montenegrin gastarbeiter living and working in Netherlands. Śako Pejaković Bruca Supar, a talk show host. Ljušto Strušar , a gastarbeiter and famous musician Struhar and Lokner, noisy handymen Television The Books of Knjige have recorded multiple TV comedy shows, broadcast on Montenegrin TV channels, RTCG and IN TV. Their shows are a mix of satire and paradox, often compared to the works of Bosnian troop Top Lista Nadrealista and widely popular Monty Python. List of TV shows: TBOK Top Volley (parody on a popular TV lottery) Agrosaznanje 1 (parody on an RTCG agriculture show, part 1) Agrosaznanje 2 (parody on an RTCG agriculture show, part 2) "O Porijeklu Crnogoraca" ("About the Montenegrins' Ancestry") "Emisija Koja Ide na Televiziju Poneđeljkom oko 9 uveče"("Show That Goes on Television on Mondays Around 9 p.m.") - TV SERIES Novogodišnji Kalendar ("New Year Calendar") http://www.thebooksofknjige.com Myspace Facebook 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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