Vatreni Poljubac
Get Vatreni Poljubac essential facts below. View Videos or join the Vatreni Poljubac discussion. Add Vatreni Poljubac to your PopFlock.com topic list for future reference or share this resource on social media.
Vatreni Poljubac
Vatreni Poljubac
OriginSarajevo, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia
GenresHard rock, Heavy metal,
Folk Rock
1977 -- 1986, 1998 -- 2001, 2010 -- present
LabelsJugoton, Sarajevo Disk, PGP, ZKP, Diskoton, Nimfa Sound
Kodeksi, Indexi, Divlje Jagode, Bijelo Dugme
MembersMili? Vuka?inovi?
Sr?an ?uki?
Vladimir ?opi?
Former members

Vatreni Poljubac (trans. "Fiery Kiss") is a Bosnian and Yugoslav hard rock / heavy metal band, formed in 1977 by composer, lyricist, vocalist and guitarist Mili? Vuka?inovi?. The band is widely considered to be regional pioneers of the heavy metal genre and one of the most important rock bands of Sarajevo and former Yugoslavia pop-rock scene. In almost 40 years since its founding, the band has released 9 studio albums, the latest being 2011 reunion release Kad svira rock 'n' roll, two singles and several compilation albums.

History

Vatreni Poljubac were formed in 1977 in Sarajevo by a former Kodeksi, Indexi and Bijelo Dugme member Mili? Vuka?inovi? (guitar and vocals). The other two members of the original line-up were former Divlje Jagode member ?ef?et Hod?a (bass) and Indexi member Perica Stojanovi? (drums). They released their first single in 1978 for Jugoton with songs "Doktor za rock and roll" and "Tvoje usne su bile moj najdra?i dar". First single album received immediate critical acclaim and popularized Vatreni Poljubac and their song "Doktor za rock n' roll" in former Yugoslavia. The first album named "Oh, ?to te volim joj" was recorded 1978 in London and Sarajevo for Sarajevo disk, and produced by Richard Whally. Album featured a number of songs inspired by the pioneering sound that was coming out of England at the time epitomized by acts like Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath.

Vatreni Poljubac original line-up recorded its last studio album "100% Rock and Roll" in 1986 with former Bijelo Dugme member Mladen Voji?i? Tifa, one of the most popular singers at the time in Yugoslavia. All songs written and composed by Mili? Vuka?inovi?. Album has achieved great reviews and became very popular throughout the country, after which Vuka?inovi? disbanded the band and devoted himself to his solo career as folk-rock singer.

Discography

Studio albums

Singles

Compilations

  • Veliki Hitovi (1983, ZKP RTVL)
  • Dr. Za Rock 'N Roll (1997, Nimfa Sound)
  • 100% Rock and Roll (1997, Nimfa Sound)
  • Najve?i Hitovi (2000, Goraton)

Members

  • Mili? Vuka?inovi? - vocal, guitar (1977-1986, 1998-2001, 2006, 2010-present)
  • Perica Stojanovi? - drums (1977-1986, 2006)
  • ?ef?et Hod?a - bass guitar (1977-1980)
  • Sanin Kari? - bass guitar (1980-1986, 2006)
  • Velibor Raja?i? - drums (1985-1986)
  • Ned?ib "Neno" Jele? - bass guitar (1985-1986, died November 5, 2017)
  • Mladen Voji?i? - vocal (1986)
  • Marko Nikoli? - bass guitar (1998-2001)
  • Du?an Obradovi? - drums (1998-2001)
  • Dejan Nikoli? - drums (2006)
  • Sr?an ?uki? - bass guitar (2010-present)
  • Vladimir ?opi? - drums (2010-present)

External links


  This article uses material from the Wikipedia page available here. It is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.

Vatreni_Poljubac
 



 



 
Music Scenes