Biography

Bombaj Štampa is a cult Bosnian rock band that played an important role in creating the movement called “Novi Primitivizam” (“The New Primitivism”), along with Zabranjeno Pušenje and Elvis J. Kurtović & his Meteors.
Bombaj Štampa was formed in Sarajevo, Bosnia, in 1982, by guitarist Nedim Babović and singer and actor Branko Đurić-Đuro.
The activities of the band were limited because of Đuro’s acting career, so the first album, called simply Bombaj Štampa, wasn’t released until 1987.
They released their second album, Ja mnogo bolje letim sam, in 1990.
In the year 1992, with the beginning of war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bombaj Štampa disbanded.
After 16 years, Branko Đurić-Đuro re-formed Bombaj Štampa for a very special occasion - to play as a support act on a Chuck Berry concert in Opatija, Croatia, on July 10th 2008.
After this, Bombaj Štampa went on a short tour.
Recently it was announced that the new Bombaj Štampa album called Neka DJ odma’ dole siđe, will be released in November 2009.

Edited by TonyBarry on 12 Oct 2009, 16:10

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