At the begining of 80s, inspired by the sound of Yazoo, New Order, Depeche Mode and Eurythmics, ex band member and the resident DJ of Palach club in Rijeka, Croatia - Davor Tolja teamed up with Marina Perazić and formed Denis & Denis. In an improvised studio they came up with demos which resulted in them being signed by Jugoton, Yugoslavia's leading record label .They released their first album Čuvaj se in 1984, which was voted the album of the year in Yugoslavia. By the end of same year Davor had to join the army and their second mini-album Ja sam lazljiva receives the gold record award. In 1985 they appear at MESAM festival in Belgrade with the song Oaza snova. The band splits up in 1986 for business reasons. Marina continued her career as a solo artist and Davor invited his previous band memeber and collaborator Edi Kraljić to join Denis & Denis. Their album Budi tu was released in 1988. In 1990, Davor recorded a solo album Stari mačak and continued a successful career as a composer, songwriter and a singer. The biggest achievment was his collaboration with ENI in a song Probudi me which represented Croatia in Eurovision Song Contest in 1997. 2006 Croatia Records released their Best Of.
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