Elektricni Orgazam ... Zlatni papagaj
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Elektricni Orgazam ... Zlatni papagaj
Elektricni Orgazam Zlatni papagaj Električni orgazam (Serbian Cyrillic: Електрични оргазам; trans. Electric Orgasm) is a band from Belgrade, Serbia. Originally started as a combination of New Wave, punk rock and post-punk, the band later slowly changed their style, becoming a mainstream rock act. New Wave years (1980-1983) The melodic hard rock band Hipnotisano Pile (Hypnotized Chicken), formed in 1979, which got the name by the line from the Iggy Pop song "Lust For Life", consisted of Srđan Gojković "Gile" (drums), Ljubomir Jovanović "Jovec" (guitar), Bojan Banović (vocals), Goran Sinadinović (guitar). The band performed their own material, mainly written by Banović on Guitar festivals in Belgrade. On mid-January 1980, at the Mornar bistro, after a Leb i Sol concert held at Dom Sindikata, Hipnotisano Pile members, drummer Gojković and guitarist Jovanović, were sitting with organ player Ljubomir Đukić "Ljuba", planning to form an ad hoc punk rock group, in which Gojković was to play guitar and sing lead vocals, and Jovanović to switch to playing drums. The band was to play as an opening act for Hipnotisano Pile. The idea for the band name came from Gojković, and, while they were waiting for the waiter, Đukić wrote the lyrics for the song "Konobar" ("The Waiter"). Soon after, Gojković wrote a few more songs, "Krokodili dolaze" ("Crocodiles Are Coming"), "Zlatni papagaj" ("Golden Parrotbill"), and "Vi" ("You"). The band was officially formed on January 13 1980 and was ...
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