Various - Novi Punk Val 78-80 (Comp, Album). Various - Novi Val Osamdesetih (Double CD) (2xCD, Comp). City Records (2). CD 000 395. Serbia.
New Wave music in Yugoslavia - New Wave in Yugoslavia (Bosnian, Croatian and Slovene: Novi val; Serbian: Нови талас, Novi talas/Novi talas; Macedonian: Нов бран, transl.
New wave in Yugoslavia (Bosnian, Croatian and Slovenian: Novi val; Serbian: Нови талас, Novi talas; Macedonian: Нов бран, transl. Nov bran; all meaning "New wave") was the new wave music scene of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The refrain lyrics were used as a title for the compilation album Svi marš na ples!.
Moj Život Je Novi Val, 01:46. Ne Pitaj Za Mene, 02:54.
Riječki Novi Val. Various artists. Zvuk Osamdesetih 1980/89, Pop I Rock. Zvuk Osamdesetih 1980-1981, Pop I Rock. Fiju Briju 3. we've improved your Playlist of the day and other smart playlists.
Novi Punk Val (meaning New Punk Wave) is a compilation album of punk rock and new wave music from the SFR Yugoslavia. It covers the period from 1978 till 1980. It was released by ZKP RTLJ in 1981. It includes songs by notable Slovenian and Croatian artists from the former Yugoslav punk rock and new wave scenes including: Pankrti, Paraf, Prljavo kazalište, Termiti and others. Along with Paket aranžman and Artistička radna akcija compilations which featured artists from Belgrade, Serbia it is considered a symbol of the former Yugoslav punk and new wave era. Novi Punk Val. Compilation album. Therefore, unlike some previous Jugoton's various artists compilations that tried to affirm and highlight different up-and-coming groups, this one had a strictly commercial character. The compilation's title is a line from the chorus of the ska song "Ha, ha, ha" by Bijelo dugme from their album Doživjeti stotu.