"Divlje Jagode"

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(Eng. "Wild Strawberries")
Popular Bosnian hard rock and heavy metal band formed in 1977 in Zagreb, Croatia by lead guitarist Sead (Zele) Lipovača. Band is still active.
Members:
Sead Lipovača Zele - guitars
Ante Janković Toni - vocals (1976-1981)
Nihad Jusufhodžić - bass (1976-1979)
Mladen Krajnik - keyboards (1977)
Šefćet Hodža - bass (1977)
Mustafa Ismailovski Muc - keyboards (1978-1980)
Adonis Dokuzović - drums (1976-1980)
Alen Islamović - bass, vocals (1981-1986)
Nasko Budimlić - drums (1981-1986, 1989-1999)
Zlatan Ćehić Ćeha - bass, vocals (1984-1996)
Mladen Vojičić Tifa - vocals (1988)
Vladimir Podany Vlado - keyboards (1988)
Edin Šehović Šeha - drums (1987-1988)
Dragan Jankelić Ðiđi - drums (1988-1989)
Zlatan Stipišić Džibo - vocals (1989-1990)
Žanil Tataj Žak - vocals (1990-1992, 1994-1997)
Emir Cerić Cera - vocals (1996-1997)
Sanin Karić - bass (1996-1998)
Pero Galić - vocals (from 2002)
Dejan Orešković - bass (from 2002)
Thomas Balaž - drums (from 2002)
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Albums

Divlje Jagode - Pramaletje Što Si Mi Zelene album art Various Čarobnjaci (as and 2 more… Various - Pramaletje Što Si Mi Zelene (Album) PGP RTB Yugoslavia 1984 Sell This Version

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Neonknightprowler

Neonknightprowler

March 6, 2019
edited about 1 month ago
This band were NEVER a Heavy Metal band back then in Yugoslavia, neither did they present themselves as a "heavy metal" band. They were what was commonly known there (ex-Yugoslavia), as a "Yugo rock" band (a kinda commercial version of "rock" or at most hard rock). Foreign metal enthusiasts are these days blowing their story/reputation way out of proportions & making them as something that they themselves envision them to be, which is something they were/are NOT.

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