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Hladno Pivo


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Zagreb, Croatia (1987 – present)

Hladno pivo (Croatian for “Cold beer”) is a band from Zagreb, Croatia formed in 1987. It is one of most popular rock bands in Croatia. The band initially consisted of four members: Zok, Tedi, Suba, Mile. The band started playing under the influence of bands like: Ramones, Motörhead, Sex Pistols, Zabranjeno Pušenje. In 1987, Stipe joined the band. On May the 21st, 1988 the band held their first concert in Kumrovec, Croatia. In 1988 band has also held an unsuccessful concert at lake Jarun in Zagreb, because the drummer of the band which played before them refused to leave the drums for Hladno pivo.

In 1989 Stipe leaves the band. This year is also important because Zok, Tedi, Suba and Mile recorded their first demo. The demo consisted of six songs: Für immer Punk (a Goldene Zitronen cover), Bonzo, Savršeni marginalci, Niemals, Buntovnik and Čelične zavjese. The demo was recorded at Jozo in Trešnjevka, Zagreb. One week after Mile and Zok were sent to do their military service.

When they returned from the military service in 1990 they started playing again. The result were songs: Princeza, Heroin, Dobro veče, Trening za umiranje, Buba švabe, Zakaj se tak’ oblačiš, Pjevajte nešto ljubavno. These songs were recorded at Denis (a.k.a. Denyken) in Sopot, Zagreb. These songs, along with modified Marginalci were published as a cassette in production of Megatherium rec.

Soon after Hladno pivo held their concerts in KSET and Video-teatar, they were accepted by the public.


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