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  1. Momčilo Bajagić "Bajaga" (Serbian Cyrillic: Момчило Бајагић Бајага) is a highly popular Serbian rock musician born in Bjelovar. He is best known as…

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  3. Djordje Balasevic (Serbian latin: Đorđe Balašević, Serbian cyrillic: Ђорђе Балашевић, born May 11, 1953 in Novi Sad, Serbia) is a prominent Serbian…

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  5. Zdravko Čolić (born May 30, 1951 in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, FPR Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian singer popular across the entire area of former…

  6. Bijelo Dugme ("White Button") were a highly influential rock band from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in former Yugoslavia. Active between 1974…

  7. Ekatarina Velika ("Catherine the Great", named after Catherine II of Russia, also called EKV for short) was one of the most successful and…

  8. Galija (Serbian Cyrillic: Галија; trans. Galley) is a Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band from Niš, Serbia. They released their first album in 1979…

  9. Azra was a rock band from Zagreb, Croatia (then Yugoslavia) that was popular in the 1980s. Azra was formed in 1977 by its frontman Branimir…

  10. Električni orgazam (Electric Orgasm) were formed in 1980 in Belgrade by Srđan "Gile" Gojković (vocals, guitars), Ljubomir "Jovec" Jovanović…

  11. Parni valjak ("Steamroller") is a Croatian and former Yugoslav rock band, formed in 1975. They were one of the top acts of the former Yugoslav…

  12. Plavi orkestar (English: Blue Orchestra) is one of the most popular bands from former Yugoslavia. The band was founded in Sarajevo, former…

  13. Partibrejkers is a garage punk band from Belgrade, Serbia. Sometimes cited as the founders of YU garage rock. It is difficult to categorize them…

  14. VIS Idoli (often only Idoli) was a New-Wave / Pop-Art band, officially founded on 1st of March 1980 in Belgrade, Serbia (than part of SFR…

  15. Melodic heavy metal band from Niš, Serbia.
    Formed by members of band TOP.
    1983 (May, 20.) they performed song "Mezimac" on Youth Festival in…

  16. Riblja čorba (Рибља чорба) is a Serbian (ex Yugoslavia) rock band. Their presence on the scene lasted from 1978 to today. They reached their…

  17. Crvena Jabuka is a pop rock band that originated in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, but is based in Zagreb, Croatia since the beginning of the…

  18. YU grupa (trans. "YU band") is a Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band.
    One of the pioneers in use of folk music elements in Yugoslav rock…

  19. In 1977 Jasenko Houra and his crew from Dubrava (in Zagreb) formed a rock & roll band which was named after an episode from a comic “Alan…

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