Biography

Opća Opasnost is a Croatian hard rock band founded in Županja in 1992.

They have released four official albums (“Treba mi nešto jače od sna” - 1994., “Amerika” - 1995. and “Ruski rulet” - 1997.) before going on hold in 1999. The band reunited in 2008 and is currently active.
During the period from 2002 to the end of 2007, Pero Galić was also the lead singer of legendary bosnian hard rock/heavy metal band Divlje Jagode with whom he recorded one album “Od neba do neba” (From sky to sky) in 2004. In 2011. they released a new album entitled “Vrati se na svjetlo”. The album was originally supposed to be called “Virtualni novi svijet” (Virtual new world) but the name was changed just before the album was put into pressing.

Line up:

Pero Galić - vocals
Slaven Živanović “Žiža” - guitar
Igor Kolić - bass
Vlado Soljačić “Sojka” - guitar (1995. -)
Josip Kamenski “Kameni” - drums (1996. -)
Branimir Jovanovac Bani - keyboards (1995. -)

Ex members:

Ranko Šlibar - drums (1993. - 1996.)
Silvio Soljačić - guitar (1992. - 1995.)
Eugen Nemet - drums (1992. - 1993.)
Ivan Nol - bass (1992. - 1993.)


Discography:

1993. - Opća opasnost
1994. - Treba mi nešto jače od sna (I need something stronger than a dream)
1995. - Amerika
1995. - Vrijeme je za Grom (It’s time for Thunder)
1997. - Ruski rulet (Russian roulette)
2009. - The best of
2011. - Vrati se na svjetlo (Get back into the light)
2011. - Live in Garaža 2009./2011. - FanClub bootleg DVD

Edited by SlymCRO on 5 Oct 2012, 13:24

Sources (view history)

Official band page: www.opca-opasnost.com

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