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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 18 Nov 2010, 13:37
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Post 25 Apr 2012, 14:01
Just want to share my favorite musics from Via Ofenziva (band from Jugopunk era), hope you enjoy, comrades!



1. Proleter

Proleter


2. Minimalni Ritem

Minimalni Ritem


3. *Sorry, I don't know what's the title*

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One question: Were they ("Via Ofenziva" personnel) communists?
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Post 25 Apr 2012, 14:03
Via is Italian for "street" so i guess the band name means "Offensive (like a military offensive) street".

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One question: Were they ("Via Ofenziva" personnel) communists?

I don't know but it's likely that they were.
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Post 25 Apr 2012, 14:54
Or maybe, it means "through / thru (via) offensive (way) " ?
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Post 25 Apr 2012, 15:09
Might be, i'm not sure.
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Post 13 May 2012, 20:26
Comrade, Via Ofenziva were "alter" in the old Yugoslavia. The singer Esad Babačić is a TV presenter nowadays.
They were against the establishment and the communist party (thus "alter"native).
Unlike their counterparts in other socialist countries, they were allowed to express themselves and criticize the society (just as Laibach were).

volksPolizei wrote:
Just want to share my favorite musics from Via Ofenziva (band from Jugopunk era), hope you enjoy, comrades!

1. Proleter
Proleter
2. Minimalni Ritem
Minimalni Ritem
3. *Sorry, I don't know what's the title*
Link
One question: Were they ("Via Ofenziva" personnel) communists?
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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 27 Oct 2006, 23:10
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Post 15 May 2012, 06:55
i've been listening to them as well.
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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 18 Nov 2010, 13:37
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Post 15 May 2012, 18:31
EdvardK wrote:
Comrade, Via Ofenziva were "alter" in the old Yugoslavia. The singer Esad Babačić is a TV presenter nowadays.
They were against the establishment and the communist party (thus "alter"native).
Unlike their counterparts in other socialist countries, they were allowed to express themselves and criticize the society (just as Laibach were).


Wow, thank you for the information, comrade


At the first time I though that they were communists because of their song "Proleter"

But, after watch Vsak Otrok Je Lep, Ko Se Rodi (Esad's biography)... : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vuek53lm68

...now I know that the lyric of "Proleter" contains critic to the government.

And as you said, in the documentary, Esad seems didn't like with the system and ordinary life like normal workers
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