However, because this one At that time, shortly before the upcoming breakup of Yugoslavia , tensions broke out between the constituent countries of the Yugoslav federation , so the issue of an eventual Croatian independence from Yugoslavia started to rise. Despite that, the group was not banned and it could freely continue to work and sell records, because non-aligned Yugoslavia was not so strict regarding censorship as the other communist states. The group performed live for the first time in at a gig organized by the magazine Polet where they were noted for their furious punk image and stage performance. This article includes a list of references , but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations.
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Despite that, the group was kazalistw banned and it could freely continue to work and sell records, because non-aligned Yugoslavia was not so strict regarding censorship as the other communist states. The History of Popular Music. The songs is by an Croatian band, and Slavonija is a part of Croatia. The record cover featured a plate filled with bullets.
Prljavo Kazalište – Uzalud vam trud svirači lyrics + English translation (Version #3)
So it all fits in Login or register to post comments. Isn’t this the same song as the one here: This page was last edited on 4 Septemberat In the group released its album Dani ponosa prljavo kazaliste uzalud vam trud sviraci slavewhich was the first studio album released after the 20th anniversary.
However, because this one Beside live material from the concert held in November at the Zagreb’s Dom Sportova and from the performance at the ZG Rock Forces festival, it included few older studio tracks as well. InSuzy Records released their second single Moj je otac bio u ratu. What’s your opinion about Oscar awards? Adding duplicate requests isn’t allowed so I removed your other request. The record sleeve again featured the band’s logo as on the first album but on a black background.
Popular Artists Popular Songs. In the following year, the group released its double live album titled after the song Sve je lako kad si mlad — LIVE! What do you mean by this????? It featured three songs: Dirty Theatre after an episode of the satirical Italian comic book Alan Fordwhich was very popular in the former Yugoslavia. At that time, shortly before the upcoming breakup of Yugoslaviatensions broke out between the constituent countries of the Yugoslav federationso the issue of an eventual Croatian independence from Yugoslavia started to rise.
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Didn’t check closely uza,ud after I got done. Views Read Edit View history. The band went on an international tour which culminated with a big open-air show played on October 17, on the Republic Square in Zagreb in front of approximately ,—, people.
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Slavonija refers to the eastern part of Croatia just north prljavo kazaliste uzalud vam trud sviraci Bosnia. Inthe band took part in the rockumentary Sretno dijete which covers the former Yugoslav new wave scene and features many eminent former Yugoslav rock acts from ZagrebBelgrade and Ljubljana. The History of Popular Music Listen to gems from the s, s, and more.
But personally, l believe Kill Bill is Last Croatian Rose made the song very popular in Croatia, but also criticized in some parts of the rest of Yugoslavia due to perceived nationalist undertones, which were considered politically incorrect for the Yugoslav policy of brotherhood and unity.
Inthe band released the double album Tajno ime which was recorded at Metalworks Studios in Mississauga, Ontario. I added the English title also because turd seems to be the official one.
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