Šarlo Akrobata – Bistriji Ili Tuplji Čovek Biva Kad… (1981)

Šarlo Akrobata – Bistriji Ili Tuplji Čovek Biva Kad… (1981)

Šarlo Akrobata (Charlot the Acrobat, a Serbo-Croatian version of Charlie Chaplin‘s name) were a seminal Yugoslav post-punk band from Belgrade. Short-lived but extremely influential, being one of the most important acts of the Yugoslav new wave movement (Novi Talas). The power-trio left an indelible mark on the entire music scene, playing skeletal, energetic ska-core with a post-punk sound […]

Alla Pugacheva (Алла Пугачева) – Mirror of the Soul (Зеркало Души) [1978]

Alla Pugacheva (Алла Пугачева) – Mirror of the Soul (Зеркало Души) [1978]

The ’60s and ’70s saw the beginning of modern Russian pop and rock music, it all started with the wave of VIA’s (vocal-instrumental ensemble), a specific sort of music bands performing radio-friendly pop, rock, and folk, composed by members of the Union of Composers, approved by censorship. This wave began with Pojuschie Gitary and Pesnyary, popular […]

Konstantin Orbelyan Orchestra – Государственный Эстрадный Оркестр Армении (Armenian State Estrada Orchestra) [1978]

Konstantin Orbelyan Orchestra – Государственный Эстрадный Оркестр Армении (Armenian State Estrada Orchestra) [1978]

The music of Armenia has its origins in the Armenian Highlands, where people traditionally sang popular folk songs, with a long musical tradition, that was primarily collected and developed by Komitas, a prominent priest and musicologist, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Armenian music has been presented internationally by composers Aram Khachaturian, Arno […]

Disciplina Kičme – Ja Imam Šarene Oči (1985)

Disciplina Kičme – Ja Imam Šarene Oči (1985)

The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was the Yugoslav state that existed from the end of WWII (1945) until it was formally dissolved in 1992 amid the Yugoslav wars. It was a socialist state that comprised the area of the present-day independent states of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, and Kosovo. Outside […]

Katarina II – Katarina II (1984)

Katarina II – Katarina II (1984)

After the quintessential Belgrade new wave band of the early ’80s, Šarlo Akrobata, hit the rocks, the trio essentially splintered in two directions. Bass player Dušan Kojić went on to form Disciplina Kičme, where he continued to experiment with various musical influences, while the more lyrical, poetic of the two, vocalist/guitar player Milan Mladenović, opted […]

Soviet Sam

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La Nave Del Rock Argento

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Русская Музыка

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JPOP80SS

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'Girls Of The Golden East' - (Mostly) Seventies Songstresses of the Soviet Satellites

'Girls Of The Golden East' - Female and Female-led Pop Music from the former Eastern Bloc from the late 1960s to the early 1980s

The Day After The Sabbath

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Zepelim

The Inner Reaches of Outsider Radio

Flabbergasted Vibes

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Sangre Yakuza

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Plain and Fancy

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JUGO ROCK FOREVER

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50 Watts

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Meeting in Music

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Deserter's Songs

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Eastern Bloc Songs

Music from Czechoslovakia, Poland, Hungary and Elsewhere

lady walker

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FLASH STRAP

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Pérolas do Rock'n'Roll

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Cabeza de Moog !

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madrotter-treasure-hunt

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Paleofuture

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BibliOdyssey

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Anatolian Pop Rock Folk Psychedelic 70's

Anatolian Pop Rock Folk Psychedelic 70's

Soviet Groove

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Rockasteria

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Discos con Mucho Polvo

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Órfãos do Loronix

Recuperando o acervo do Loronix