On their latest LP record there is a posterior with fingers pressed into it. It was the period after the state of emergency in Kosovo , after the events which left a bitter taste in everyone’s mouth. The album’s title track was used in mockumentary film Borat , [14] but did not appear on the official soundtrack album. The band had their first bigger performance at the BOOM Festival in Ljubljana , where they were announced as “the new hopes”. There was everything present in all big biographies of rock: Retrieved from ” https: The band’s debut album Kad bi bio bijelo dugme , released in , brought them nationwide popularity with its Balkan folk -influenced hard rock sound.

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biielo Bijelo Dugme is a peak of a wave of youth subculture. That sort of joy and that sort of spontaneity, that sort of sensitivity and that sort of togetherness are possible only with creative spirits, which do not bargain for their position, but simply share it with the others, the same, the equal.

Inspired by Yugoslavismwith numerous references to Yugoslav unity and the lyrics on the inner sleeve printed in both Cyrillic and Latin alphabets, the album featured the familiar zaboraiv pop rock sound.

Bijelo Dugme – Ako možeš, zaboravi lyrics + English translation

At the beginning ofBijelo Dugme recorded a children’s music album But neither institutions neither individuals bijeli the courage although they have interest to establish the counterpoint to roistering advertising through something every society must have – through critical conscience. The band’s fourth studio album was recorded in Belgrade and produced by Neil Harrison. It was a very strange concert, and, in all that euphoria, we thought it would be a shame if we split up.


Retrieved from ” https: The band started promoting the single, performing mostly in smaller towns. The song “Kosovska” ” Kosovo Song” featured Albanian language lyrics. There were several books written about the band: At this time, the band adopted the name Bijelo Dugme.

Bijelo Dugme

Facing the masquerade, electronic music, vulgar lyrics, society’s scientific minds pushed their heads deep into sand. It was the first project of the kind in the history of Yugoslav rock music.

Bebek sung third on all three concerts.

In Februarythe band released the album Uspavanka za Radmilu M. Uspavanka za Radmilu M.

bijelo dugme zaboravi ako mozes

Lullaby for Radmila M. Inthe band reunited in the lineup that featured most of the musicians that passed through the band, including all three vocalists, for three concerts, in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovinain ZagrebCroatia and in BelgradeSerbia. The release of the Uspavanka za Radmilu M.

bijelo dugme zaboravi ako mozes

Then again, Bijelo Dugme is the only proof that the classic rock ‘n’ roll career is possible outside of English language. The band had their first bigger performance at the BOOM Festival in Ljubljanawhere they were announced as “the new hopes”.

The band’s history begins in This article is about the band. They defined rock culture and defined teenagers as an organised category.


Uspavanka za Radmilu M. – Wikipedia

In other projects Wikimedia Commons. The generation which found its Bijelo Dugme will more likely find its Bach than the generation for which Bach is a social norm, which is dressed in its formal suit and locked in its zaboravl chair.

Bijelo Dugme in That event was in the air, as a need of one generation of teenagers pinched between existing tepid culture and imperatives of their young nature. They sold more thanrecords, and mozws concerts during the last days.

Bijelo Dugme is generally considered to have been the most popular act ever to appear in SFR Yugoslavia and its successor countries, inspiring many artists from different musical genres. On their latest LP record there is a posterior with fingers pressed into it. At that point, to sing a song in Albanian was, above all, a perfect political provocation.

Energy, as we know, can not be lost, although it often seemed to me that today’s youth has lost it. Before the bijell of their second album, Bijelo Dugme went to the village Borike in Eastern Bosnia in order to work on zabooravi songs and prepare for the recording sessions.