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Ništa ali logopedi

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Šabac, Serbia (1992 – 1996)

Ništa ali logopedi (Nothing but logopaedics) is a rock band from Šabac, Serbia, which unfortunately does not exist any more. They combined accordion with sinister guitars and spiced it all up with the weird lyrics of their songs. They released only two fantabulous albums, Ad hoc klića and Vaspostavljanje, before they split.

The band was formed in late 1992 and the first lineup consisted of Miodrag Jovanović Miško (vocals), Aleksandar Stanojević (bass guitar), Dragoljub Marković (also known as “BlEQ” or “Dr Dra”) (keyboards), Milan Katanić Skener (guitar), Dejan Stojanović Kroka (drums) and Darko Veljić (accordion). From its initial era, the band had drawn attention of the public with their folk music oriented accordion sound combined with punk rock and ironic lyrics.

In 1994 the band appeared at the Gitarijada music festival and won audience award as the best band. In the meantime they prepared their debut album, recorded in “Do Re Mi” studio in Novi Sad, which was released the following year. Ad hoc klića (“Ad hoc Clitoris”) , available only on compact cassette was released through L.V.O. records and featured guest appearances of Goblini guitarist Alen Jovanović who provided backing vocals and Igor Đorić Ipi who played lead guitar. The songs “Pigs from space “, “Stao sam na stone called crazy “, “Janjine Janjine” and “Jarmush Jim Rap ” showed the band’s sense of humor with lyrics describing love for pork and wedding ceremonies, even quotations from school literature such as English language beginners coursebook. Promotional videos were recorded for the tracks “Janjine Janjine ” and “Svadbarski omaž za 6 osoba “.

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