Familija


Familija

Infobox musical artist
Name = Familija


Img_capt = Familija in "Dva sata kvalitetnog TV programa" television movie
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Origin = Belgrade, Serbia
Genre = Ska
Rock
Pop rock
Years_active = 1994 – 1999
Label = PGP RTS
Komuna
Associated_acts = Košava
U Škripcu
Vampiri
Centrala
The Dibidus
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Past_members = Aleksandar Vasiljević
Aleksandar Lukić
Dejan Pejović
Dejan Petrović
Goran Redžepi
Ratko Ljubičić

Familija (Serbian Cyrillic: Фамилија) was a Serbian rock supergroup from Belgrade, consisting of Vampiri, Košava and U Škripcu members. The band's musical style was a combination of ska, pop and rock music.

History

In 1994 U Škripcu and Košava members Aleksandar "Vasa" Vasiljević (guitar) and Aleksandar "Luka" Lukić (guitar) with former Vampiri members Dejan "Peja" Pejović (vocals), Dejan "Dexi" Petrović (vocals) and drummer Goran " Gedža" Redžepi formed Familija, a band in which they would play music different than the one played in their own bands.

During the same year the band released their debut album, "Narodno pozorište" ("People's Thetare") , released by PGP RTS. Pejović, Vasiljević and Lukić wrote all the songs, featuring a variation of musical styles combined with pop rock sound. Notable tracks on the album are "Baltazar" (which was a cover of "Professor Balthazar" theme song), "Mala, mala", "Što ja volim taj seks" and "Nije mi ništa". The track "Tajna Nina" fearutes lyrics from the Beatles track "Yellow Submarine". The record was produced by Đorđe Petrović who also played keyboards and the cover was designed by Saša "Madoženja" Marković. After the album release Redžepi left the band and started working as a manager, and was replaced by former Disciplina Kičme and U Škripcu drummer Ratko Ljubičić. The band also appeared in the moive "Dva sata kvalitetnog TV programa" as one of the performers at the New Year’s Eve party.

Durring mid 1996 the band released a CD single featuring two songs, "Brate Murate" (a cover of Korni Grupa track "Trla baba lan") and "Ringišpil", the former appearing on their next album "Seljačka buna" ("Peasants' Uprising"), released in May 1997. The album, like the previous, was produced by Đorđe Petrović and featured "Paranoja", "Hepi hipi", "Niš, Pariz, Teksas", stylistically similar to the previous record. The album and the single were released by Komuna.

In 1999 due to financial problems, the band ceased to exist and Dejan Petrović with his brother Nenad (Mušterije member) formed the band Centrala. The band's style is a combination of electronic music with rock. They recorded material for a debut album but had problems with finding a record label. Dejan Pejović Peja with former Hush bassist Milan Šarić and Deca Loših Muzičara guitarist Jova Jović Joca formed The Dibidus in 2003. The band released one album for BK Sound and disbanded.

Discography

Studio albums

* "Narodno pozorište" (PGP RTS, 1994)
* "Seljačka buna" (Komuna, 1997

Singles

* "Brate Murate" / "Ringišpil" (Komuna, 1996)

External links and references

* "EX YU ROCK enciklopedija 1960-2006", Janjatović Petar; ISBN 978-86-905317-1-4
* [http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=familija&search_type=&aq=f Familija at Youtube]
* [http://www.last.fm/music/Familija Familija at Last.fm]

See also

* Serbian rock


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