Beograd (2)

Serbian synth-pop band founded in 1981 in former Yugoslavia by Dejan Stanisavljević (synths, vocals), Slobodan Stanić (synths) and brothers Ljuba Bubalo (bass, synths) and Mića Bubalo (rhythm machine, electric drums). Slobodan Stanić quit the band very soon after forming, so they mostly played as a trio on stage, sometimes with the help of Miloš Obrenović (drummer of band U Škripcu). They also often used pre-recorded parts of their tracks on live acts.
Their first single was released the year they formed (Sanjaš Li U Boji? / T.V.) and they later recorded their debut album "Remek Depo" with the help of Paul Pignon (saxophone) and Stjepko Gut (trumpet).
By the middle of 1983. Dejan left the band to collaborate with the band Du-Du-A, so Beograd disbanded. Ljuba Bubalo formed the techno-pop band Haj'mo.


5121019 Beograd (2) - Remek Depo album art Beograd (2) Remek Depo (Album, Comp) PGP RTB 5121019 Yugoslavia 1982 Sell This Version
none Beograd (2) - Pola-Pola album art Beograd (2) Pola-Pola(M/Stick, MP3, MPEG-4 Video, WAV, Album) Lampshade Media none Serbia 2015 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

SY 23870, SY-23870 Beograd (2) - Sanjaš Li U Boji? / T.V. album art Beograd (2) Sanjaš Li U Boji? / T.V.(7", Single) Jugoton, Jugoton SY 23870, SY-23870 Yugoslavia 1982 Sell This Version


ANNA 036.2011 Beograd (2) - T.V. album art Beograd (2) T.V. (EP, Comp) Anna Logue Records ANNA 036.2011 Germany 2011 Sell This Version


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October 24, 2016
Two songs of group Beograd appear on Yugoslavian Space Program- the first ever electronic space music themed record from former Yugoslavia :

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