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Rex Ilusivii

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Mitar Subotic - Suba a.k.a Rex Illusivi (born June 23, 1961 in Novi Sad, Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia — died November 2, 1999 in São Paulo, Brasil) was a Serbian-born musician (piano, keyboards) and composer who was set to become one of Brazil’s most prominent producers when he died in November 1999, during fire ih his studio, rescuing tracks for Bebel Gilberto’s album “Tanto Tempo”.

At the beginning of his career Suba was hiding his identity behind alias Rex Ilusivii (King of the Illusions), and had several projects using that nickname with well-known guest - stars, like Milan Mladenovic, Massimo Savic, Marina Perazic, Igor Popovic and many others. Acclaimed as a real, authentic over ground star on his way to the top, he was proven as a hit maker by eclectic version of James Brown’s “Sex Machine” with Milan Mladenovic, jazzy song “Plava jutra” with Marina Perazic and “Arabia” with Igor Popovic - He couldn’t manage to publish any of those hits. Later in 1987 he published the LP “Disillusioned” together with Milan Mladenovic, Branka Parlic, Uros Secerov, Zoran Radomirovic and others.
Milan Mladenovic and he made another album in 1994 under the artist name Angel’s Breath in Brasil, working with Joao Parahyba, Fabio Golfetti, Taciana Barros and others. In the meantime he recorded “Dreambird”, experimental audio project made in collaboration with Goran Vejvoda.

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