In 2001, more material got released:Panic! (EP) (Little lazy men music, 2001). The EP has been recorded over a period of a month or so, at Little lazy men studio, Karlovac, songs no. 3 and 5 have been partly recorded at Mala scena studios, also in Karlovac. Gear used: more or less the same as above + a huge Wersi organ-thingy, on loan from Vivian Girls (another similar band from Karlovac) In 2003, two songs appear on the Karlovac independent music guide compliation CD:1 - Pearling / 2 - Your turn now The second EP got released soon: Sing my nose bleeds (EP) (little lazy men music, 2004).
The EP has been recorded over a period of a month or so, at Little lazy men studio, Karlovac. The song Tiny sequence fade out, which will later be released in a different version and under a different name, is originaly a Vivian Girls song (yes, them again) Gear used: the band takes a turn towards the virtual instruments and digital recording enviroment. Band goes through some minor line-up fluctuations, occasionally including Matesa on guitars, Sica on bass and Lisac on synths. Soon, the second LP got released: The Thursday Machine (pop zoon, 2005) The LP has been recorded over a period of a year or so, at Little lazy men studio, Karlovac.
Gear used: in this stage, the band uses mostly virtual instruments and digital recording enviroment. Not long after the release, the band calls it quits and the people go on to follow their own interests. Prota and Mate have both become fathers, and have families. Mate still plays bass in other bands, Skrga continues drumming and strumming here and there, and Chado makes music on his own, most of the time.
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