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smak - Zasto Ne Volim Sneg (18.02.2009.)

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Smak ("End of the world") was a Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band, with strong jazz fusion and blues undertones. Smak was formed in 1971 in Kragujevac, Serbia, by guitar virtuoso Radomir Mihailovic, nicknamed "Točak" ("the Wheel"). The first stable line-up, in late 1974, included Tocak, drummer Slobodan Stojanovic Kepa, bass guitarist Zoran Milanovic, singer Boris Arandjelovic, and keyboardist Laza Ristovski. They released 3 short play (SP) records from 1974-1975, on which appeared their hit single Ulazak u Harem (Entrance to the Harem). They also appeared as an opening act for the Deep Purple concert in Belgrade 1975. After a successful hit single and a concert with Deep Purple, they released their first LP called Smak 1975. It was one of the best debut albums of all time in ex-Yugoslavia.

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