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357 is rock band from Beograd, Serbia. Their music is an interesting combination of rock, metal and reggae.
357 is also widely recognized in Serbia's rock scene for their rock covers of Kylie Minogue's "Can't get you out of my head" and Miroslav Ilić's "Devojka iz grada".
The band is formed in 1996. They released first album "Pianissimo" for City Records and with 5000 copies sold in first month only it was a big debut success. Because of the attitude and controversial lyrics band was cut off from media in that time because of government policy. That caused big publicity and full venues. After first punch video "Cigane" (“Gipsy”) and series of good gigs they hit the studio and in 1999. Published second album "Domaći zadatak" (“Homework”) but two months after that, Belgrade, their home town was under bombs of NATO. Everything stopped but not the 357. In year of 2001 they smashed charts with the third album "Trip at 7" and their popularity increased after that in 2002. Fourth CD comes out in 2003. "Iz gazda Žikine kuhinje" (“From a kitchen of boss Žika”). Finally in March, 2005 they present to the audience in real light with their (LIVE) album named “Made in Serbia”. In year of 2007, they finished the 11 year long circle with -THE BEST OF 357- plus the incoming smash hit “There’s only one Serbia” for the strongest record label in Balkan – KOMUNA.

September 2007. Komuna & 357 are launching the hardest shape for the rock nation and X generation named "Kurčenje (Magični kvadrat)" ("QRCENJE"("MAGIC SQUARE")). At the beggining of october 2008. the band entered in studio and started with creation sixth album named "Najtraženiji" ("Most wanted").

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