The band reunited in , releasing two more albums, second of which featured harder rock sound, only to disband again in In , the band reunited once again. Doo-wop , rock and roll , rockabilly , pop rock , rock. By , the band already had more than hundred live appearances, and in the summer of the same year, it went on a joint tour with Neverne Bebe. During the same year, the band made the guest appearance on the Tonny Montano album Lovac na novac Money Hunter , singing backing vocals. After the album release, the band disbanded.
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After releasing two studio albums, they disbanded in Despite having several hit songs, the album was not commercially successful. In Autumnthe band started recording a new album, released by Komuna in In Junea promotional video was made for the song, shot partially on the roof vampri the cinema 20 October and partially at the Kalemegdan Fortress in Belgrade.
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BelgradeSerbiaYugoslavia. He was a columnist for the newspaper Politika. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The idea of forming a band came in as a collaboration between the Lollypops and Baby Boom members. In Maythe band performed at the last Jugovizija festival with the song “Ding ding dong”, winning the second place.
During the same year, the band made the guest appearance on the Vampiri poklonicu joj nebo Montano album Lovac na vampri Money Huntersinging backing vocals.
Inthe band reunited once again. In Decemberthe band released the single “Put za pravi put” “The Way to the Right Way”announcing their upcoming studio album.
The band’s first major live appearance was as an opening act on the Vaya Con Dios concert in Sava Centar in July Doo-woprock and rollrockabillypop rockrock. Serbian rock music groups Serbian pop rock music groups Yugoslav rock music groups Doo-wop groups Musical groups from Belgrade Musical groups established in Musical groups disestablished in Soon after, the video was broadcast by the national television, making it an immediate hit.
This page was last edited vampiri poklonicu joj nebo 12 Novemberat An earlier demo version of the song was made in The band reunited inreleasing two more albums, second of which featured harder rock sound, only to disband again in The debut album Rama lama ding dong was recorded during the winter of late and early and published in April Inhe was one of the forming members of the political movement Enough jok Enoughand in he became poklojicu deputy in the National Assembly of Serbia.
One of the last demo recordings the band had made was a cover of “Rama lama ding dong” of The Edsels. Views Read Edit View history.
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After the album release, the band disbanded. The Vampires are a Serbian and Yugoslav rock band from Belgrade. The band was formed inand performed music influenced by the s doo-wop and rockabilly.