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Direktori (Serbian Cyrillic: Директори; trans. The Executives) is a Serbian oi! punk/ska group from Belgrade.


During the Spring of 1989, vocalist Nebojša Drakula with Miroslav “Trta” Pilipović on guitar (former Varšavski Geto member), Srđan Marić on bass guitar (former Pogrebni Zavod member) and Dragan “Rale” Rašković on drums (former Hogari member) formed a band performing cover versions of oi! punk acts such as Sham 69, Cockney Rejects, Screwdriver and others, but it took a year, on November 1990, that the band got the name Direktori and included another guitar player, Predrag “Peđa” Tošović.

At the same time the band recorded their first demo recording, the song “Mrzim Hajduk” (“I hate Hajduk”), and on May 1991, they recorded “Čistićte ulice” (“You’ll be cleaning the streets”) and “Njoj” (“To her”). By the end of May, the band had their first public appearance in Novi Sad. Soon after the performance, the band recorded “Bando crvena” (“You red mob”), which was recorded during the Students protest on March 9, 1991, “Ide voz” (“The train goes”) and “Porno film”.
On February 1992, the band recorded their first promotional video for the song “Bando crvena” for the Afirmator TV show. During the same year, on April, they entered the finals of the Palilula Culture Olimpics (POK) and on June the band performed at the students protest and on the Vidovdan sabor. At the time, Deca Loših Muzičara brass section started performing with the band, giving opportunity to the band to develop their interest in ska music.


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