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  1. There are at least two bands named TBF:

    1) TBF (The Beat Fleet) is a Croatian hip/hop band from Split,Croatia. The band was founded in 1990.…

  2. Daleka obala is a Croatian rock band formed in Split, in 1988. The band was formed by Marijan Ban (vocal), Jadran Vušković (guitar), Boris Hrepić…

  3. Edo Maajka (born as Edin Osmić on December 22, 1978 in Brčko, Bosnia and Herzegovina) is a rapper from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Edin's stage name…

  4. Gustafi are a band from Vodnjan near Pula in Istra (Histria, Istria), Croatia.
    The band was formed in 1980 as "Gustaph y njegovi dobri duhovi"…

  5. Hladno pivo (Croatian for "Cold beer") is a punk rock band from Zagreb, Croatia formed in 1987. It is one of most popular rock bands in Croatia.…

  6. Dječaci su rep grupa iz Splita. Dobro repaju al su stvarno debili.

    Drugi album ISTINA je izašao 2011. za Croatiu Records. Prva naklada RASPRODANA u…

  7. Azra was a rock band from Zagreb, Croatia (then Yugoslavia) that was popular in the 1980s. Azra was formed in 1977 by its frontman Branimir…

  8. Zabranjeno Pušenje ("No Smoking") was/is a Yugoslavian garage rock band from Sarajevo, closely associated with the New primitivism cultural…

  9. Let3 is a rock band from Rijeka, Croatia formed in 1987.

    The band frontmen are Damir Martinović - Mrle and Zoran Prodanović - Prlja. Their music…

  10. Majke ("Mothers" in Croatian) are a cult Croatian hard rock band from town Vinkovci on the eastern border of Croatia. Founded in 1988 in…

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