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Nežni Dalibor – Sredstva I Veštine

Posted in Alternative, Nežni Dalibor on 12/10/2010 by redo

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Nezni Dalibor’s first album named “Sredstva i vestine” (Means and Skills) is now available for free download at Exitmusic.tv. Nezni Dalibor is the eighth name releasing their material for Exit label, joining Obojeni program, E-play, Repetitor, Overdrive, Jarboli, Killo Killo, and MarkoNastic, who have already made their albums available for free download.

The album “Sredstva i vestine” (Means and Skills) contains 14 songs, and was released in September 2008 for “Odlican Hrcak” label. This indie band recorded its first-born in “Digimedia” studio, and songs “Ti si sam” (You Are here Alone) and “Metronom” (Metronome) have repeatedly found their places at Popboks’s charts, with a rather high rating.

Nezni Dalibor was formed as a high school band in 1995 in Vranje, Serbia. The first crew consisted of Ivica, Bane, Ljuba, Peđa and Milica. Towards the end of 1998, Ivica, Bane and Ljuba left the band to study in Belgrade, and the band began working again a year later. Towards the end of 2000, a guitar player Miomir joined the band. After a couple of alterations and numerous performances in Belgrade and Vranje, in 2003 the band made a short break. In 2005 Miomir left for London, and Nezni Dalibor started its life as a three-member band.

Two years later they made their discographic debut in “Jutro će promeniti sve?” (The Morning Will Change Everything?) compilation released for PGP RTS, with their hit single “Znacajan dogadjaj” (An Important Event). Since that moment on, the band has performed many more times than earlier, and in April 2007 they gave a sold-out concert in Youth Dome, Belgrade, joining the band The Mothership Orchestra within a concert series named ‘Scena Uzivo!” (Scene Live!). At the time, this was unimaginable when it came to unsigned bands with no releases.