Divlje Jagode

Divlje Jagode (trans. "Wild Strawberries") is an ex-Yugoslav and Bosnian and Herzegovinian heavy metal band formed in 1977. The band is widely considered to be regional pioneers of the heavy metal genre and one of the most popular enduring icons of rock music in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region. After 35 years of existence, 11 studio albums and sales of over 4 million records, the band is still performing and is recording their 12th studio album.

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Sead Lipovača
... of the popular former Yugoslav heavy metal band Divlje Jagode ... Prior to the forming of Divlje Jagode in 1977 he had been a member of "Biseri", "Selekcija" and "Zenit" ... In 1980 the work of Divlje Jagode continues with a new lineup, one of the new members were bassist Alen Islamović, the new album marked the shift towards heavy metal ...
Griva - Band History - 1982—1992
... Soon after, Griva, as a support act, went on tour with Divlje Jagode ... Soon after the album release, Griva became a support band on Divlje Jagode tour once again ... In 1986, Karavla and Divlje Jagode frontman Alen Islamović recorded a protest song "Kaljinka", ispired by the Chernobyl disaster ...
Sead Lipovača - External Links and References
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Alen Islamović - Biography
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