The rock ‘n roll scene in the former Yugoslavia was certainly the most prominent and lively among the socialist countries. Still, musicians and – even more so – songwriters always had to strike a balance between their subculture and the political establishment by PETAR JANJATOVIC and RUEDIGER ROSSIG AFTER THE BREAKUP OF the country in […]

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