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The Dubrovniks

The Dubrovniks

The Dubrovniks


The Dubrovniks are an Australian rock band formed in Sydney in 1987. The band's name was coined from the fact that band members Rod Radalj and Boris Sujdovic were born in a Croatian city of Dubrovnik. Members * Glen Armstrong (guitar, backing vocals) * James Baker (drums, percussion) * Christopher Flynn (guitar, vocals) * Rod Radalj (guitar, bass, vocals) * Peter Simpson (guitar, piano, vocals) * Boris Sudjovic (bass, guitar, vocals) review of Audio Sonic Love Affair by Colin Gray Audio Sonic Love Affair is a blistering Read more on Last.fm
The Dubrovniks are an Australian rock band formed in Sydney in 1987. The band's name was coined from the fact that band members Rod Radalj and Boris Sujdovic were born in a Croatian city of Dubrovnik. Members * Glen Armstrong (guitar, backing vocals) * James Baker (drums, percussion) * Christopher Flynn (guitar, vocals) * Rod Radalj (guitar, bass, vocals) * Peter Simpson (guitar, piano, vocals) * Boris Sudjovic (bass, guitar, vocals) review of Audio Sonic Love Affair by Colin Gray Audio Sonic Love Affair is a blistering, power packed burst of guitar fuelled rock n roll. With four prolific and competent songwriters and three lead vocalists, the Dubrovniks gave us an album chock full of riff laden guitar tunes that come hurtling at you like a freight train. Recorded in December 1989 and eventually seeing release in 1990, the album was produced by Kevin ‘Caveman’ Shirley, who managed to capture the band’s live sound and translate it onto record.

The album kicks off with the title track. ‘Audio Sonic Love Affair’ is a neat, stripped back affair that captures the intensity of the band without sacrificing the humour, harmony or power of their delivery. The first single lifted off the album ‘She Got No Love’ is a pure rock classic. Short, sharp and driven by big, fat guitars.

Lime Spider Mick Blood adds his distinctive vocals on the chorus. James Baker’s primitive drum sound (which has become his trademark) is a central part of the Dubrovniks sound. The Dubrovniks broke up in 1995. Discography Singles * "Fireball of Love" (Sujdovic)[2] / "If I Had a Gun" (Baker, Simpson, Sujdovic, Radalj)[2] — (April 1988)[3] [1] * "My Coo Ca Choo" (Peter Shelley)[2] / "Girls Go Maniac" (Radalj, Sujdovic)[2] — (November 1988)[3] [1] * "Speedway Girls" (Sujdovic)[2] / "Freezing Rain" (Simpson, Sujdovic, Radalj)[2] — (June 1989)[3] * "Love is on the Loose Tonight" (1990)[3] * "French Revolution" (Flynn)[2] — (1992)[3] Albums * Dubrovnik Blues (1989) * Audio Sonic Love Affair (1990) * Chrome (1992) * Medicine Wheel (1994) 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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