Their first three albums are generally regarded as ultimate classics: they all reached the top 10 in YU100, a selection of the best Yugoslavian rock albums, as voted by 66 journalists, musicians and other artistic personalities.
Founded in Zagreb in 1977 by Branimir Štulić (vocals, guitar, songwriter), the band developed a formula made of classic guitar riffs and bass grooves, that could de adapted to multiple situations, virtually facing every kind of style (anthemic guitar pop, punk rock, folk ballads, ska, and experimental new wave fragments).
This anthology collects ten songs originally released between 1979 and 1982, as part of four non-album singles. They are easily enjoyable, as they represents the most immediate face of the band. The first two tracks ("Balkan" and "A šta da radim") altogether formed one of the key-singles of the local new wave.
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