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Gornji Milanovac, Serbia (1989 – 1998, 2000 – present)

The band’s history began in the mid-eighties when two seventeen-year-olds, Zoran Marinković and Goran Marić Max, started writing for the famous Yugoslav rock magazine “Džuboks” under the names McCrywack & Max Radackow. At the same time, they began making some home demo recordings which led to the decision to form a band. The band was formed in 1989 in Gornji Milanovac, Serbia under the name “Baader-Meinhof”. After changing the name to “Saint Gallen” and later to “China Blue”, the band got the name “Bjesovi” (by a Dostoyevsky book The Possessed). Marić and Marinković, both vocalists and lyrics/music authors, were backed by Predrag Dabić and Goran Filipović on guitars, Božidar Tanaskovic on bass and Goran Ugarčina on drums.

The band then won the Čačak Guitar Festival. This lineup recored their debut album U osvit zadnjeg dana (“At The Last Day’s Dawn”) released only on cassette on October 1990. Guest appearances featured Vladimir Vesović and Nikola Slavković on guitars and Dejan Marinković who provided narration on the track “On je sam” (“He Is Alone”). The album featured cover versions of Phillippe Soupault’s “Georgia” (Serbian “Džordžija”) and Yugoslav beat band Tomi Soviljo i Njegove Siluete track “Vule Bule”. On the track “Zli Dusi” (Evil Spirits), the lyrics included lines from the Gospel of Luke and Pushkin poetry.


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