Vinyl Dynamite #42: Yugoslav-a-go go (Part 2)

Well, you begged for more, so here it is: another round of Yugoslavian music! Enjoy!

Okay, truth is no one begged for more.  In fact, some begged for it to stop.   Well, most people don't like beer or coffee the first time they taste it; so, I'm here to give you one more glass. Trust me, dear readers.  I know what's good for you.  Clinical tests have shown 70s Yugoslavian music will make you live longer and improve your sex life.

Okay, that last sentence was a total lie.  Just listen to the records, please.

Here's a few more (covers only)...

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This GRIVA album cover is possibly the greatest album cover ever created.  I'm just sayin'.


  1. AnonymousJuly 15, 2012

    Where is the (bathroom/ pharmacy)? Gde je (kupatilo / apoteka)?


  2. AnonymousJuly 15, 2012

    Zivi Polako - Dejana & Dijana's Sixteenth Birthday

  3. I can think of a couple of wild and crazy guys who might have listened to to these records

  4. AnonymousJuly 17, 2012

    ...I think "Boban Petrovic" might be croatian for "Bootsy Collins"

    1. AnonymousJuly 17, 2012

      and the title of this GREASY FUNKY jam roughly translates to "Come to the party! BANG-GULP-HICCUP!"

  5. AnonymousJuly 19, 2012

    the best: DISCO'

  6. So much better than the Russian "trololololo" guy who just passed away.

    Partly inspired by this two-part post, I've been researching Polish pop and rock music from the 60s and 70s and have discovered lots of gems. It seems that countries behind the Iron Curtain, surprisingly, knew about and emulated Western music. One of Poland's biggest groups was Breakout, a rock and blues band that were banned for a while for being too American.

    Love the new banner, by the way!