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Srečna mladina
Ljubljana, Slovenija

Srečna mladina was formed in 1993 in Ljubljana. The group took their name from a song by the  ''legendary'' Slovene punk band Niet. At the time, the band played mostly for fun. In the first few years the line-up changed a couple of times. In 1995, the following line-up formed: Vlado Mihajlovič – guitar, Tomi Demšer – bass, vocal, Andrej Zavašnik – drums and Tim Kostrevc – saxophone. In January 1996 they released a pop-punk demo tape called ''Eko Alter – Tenstan krumpir je kul'' (Eco Alter – Smashed Potatoes are Cool). The music gradually began to change when a new member, hip-hop influenced singer Dado Sheik, joined the band in late 1996. In 1997 SM played at the 'prestigious' Slovene festival Novi rock (New Rock) and recorded their next record, titled ''Đa Balkan Rasa'' (Jah Balkan Rase). Due to different problems it wasn't released until 1998. Guest guitarist Peter Dekleva became a member shortly after. During the same year, a Tribute to Niet CD ''Držte jih!!! To niso Niet'' (Stop 'em!!, They're not Niet) was released with a band-self-titled cover song of Srečna mladina.

Due to new publishing problems the band started playing less and less. There was plenty of time for members to concentrate on other things (at least dozen various projects). The whole situation got a little frustrating for Dado Sheik, and he left the band in early 2001. His departure, however, did not stop the other five members. They locked themselves in a basement and worked on new melodies … and experimented with some 'new' instruments – synthesizers and various percussion. They recorded these sessions in July and were mixing them until 2001. By June 2002 a self-titled ''Srečna mladina.'' was released. Shortly after, long-time member Tomi Demšer quit the band because of  parental obligation and was replaced by bass player Anže Langus. From this album three videos were released: Pop Muzik, T.T.R. T.T.R. T.T.R. and Roller – Roller (live).

In October 2003 and March 2004 the band played a few gigs across Serbia and Montenegro.

On 28th June 2004 an EP titled ''10. Letnik'' (10th Yearbook) was released. It was meant as a gift for the group's 10th anniversary and included covers from the 60's, self-covers, one new song, and a documentary. A new video for the song Bob'Street was also made. Next in 2004: a soundtrack for the skate movie ''Listen to Srečna Mladina''.


Vladimir Mihajlovic
Streetz 100, Livarska 12, 1000 Ljubljana-Slovenia
Email: info@streetz-100.com 

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