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  1. Zana was formed in 1980 in Belgrade, Serbia by Zoran "Kikamac" Živanović (keyboards) and Radovan Jovićević (guitar). The band was named after its…

  2. Generacija 5 is a rock band from Belgrade, Serbia, officially formed on July 1, 1977 by Dragoljub Ilić (a former Korak member, keyboard), Boban…

  3. 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…

  4. VIS Idoli (often only Idoli) was a New-Wave / Pop-Art band, officially founded on 1st of March 1980 in Belgrade, Serbia (than part of SFR…

  5. Bebi Dol (Serbian: Беби Дол; Serbian spelling for English Baby Doll) is a Serbian female pop, new wave, art-rock performer.

    Born Dragana Šarić…

  6. Haustor was a new wave band from Zagreb, Croatia, active during the 1980s. The core of the band was formed in 1977, when singer and occasional…

  7. Serbian/Montenegrin pop singer/songwriter. Born in 1977 in Herceg Novi, Montenegro. For the last 10 years he's been living and working in Belgrade.…

  8. Zdravko Čolić (born May 30, 1951 in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, FPR Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian singer popular across the entire area of former…

  9. Ekatarina Velika ("Catherine the Great", named after Catherine II of Russia, also called EKV for short) was one of the most successful and…

  10. Miljenko "Dino" Dvornik (August 20, 1964 – September 7, 2008) was a Croatian King & singer, songwriter, music producer, actor and reality television…

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