Two albums were released under that label; a third album, Twist, was initially sponsored by Nettwerk, but creative differences resulted in the dissolution of the partnership. The band has since eliminated all dependence on record labels, preferring instead independent production and promotion; the band has adopted a strategy to promote themselves directly to fans. With the release of the album Deformative Years, the band simultaneously released a web film, essentially a music video for the internet. The costs of producing this video were substantially lower than a music video production for television music stations, such as MTV or MuchMusic. The success of Bet You Think I'm Lonely also earned the band a Juno Award nomination for Best New Band. 2) Popular Bosnian hard rock/heavy metal band originally known as Divlje Jagode (which means Wild Strawberries in Bosnian). They have recorded several albums in Bosnian and one in English by this name.
After a sold-out concert in the "OTV Dom" in Zagreb, they have signed the exclusive contract with Goeff Hunnington, owner of the "Logo Records" (most famous by the launching of the career of "Eurythmics"). They got an additional member on keyboards, Don Airey, who was in bands like "Rainbow", "Whitesnake", "Coloseum II", "The Cozy POwell Band" and more recently "Deep Purple". The producer of the album, the album that was recorded in famous London studio "Matrix", was Keith Woolvin; who also produced "Thin Lizzy" at that time. Their tour mananger was Rayner Jason; Nick Cave's manager.
The album was released in 1986. It was sold in Great Britain, Italy, Germany and Holland. Their final concert in England was held at the famous "Marquee" club. Read more on Last.fm.
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