This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention. The band have released 6 studio albums. Teška Industrija have had a lots of line-up changes and a 29-year hiatus (1978–2007). Bili smo raja (2011). Vedad Hadžiavdić - guitar. Robert Domitrović – drums. Lea Mijatović - lead vocals. Ivica Propadalo - bass. Fran Šokić - keyboards.
Teška industrija is Bosnian rock band formed in Sarajevo in 1974. They combined many different influences in their music, such as hard rock, progressive rock and folk elements, thus creating interesting and recognizable sound. From 1974-1977 they released 3 albums ("Ho-ruk"-1976, "Teška Industrija"-1976, "Zasviraj i za pojas zadjeni"-1977) and 7 singles and than disbanded.
Teška industrija: Vokal: Lea Mijatović Gitara: Vedad Hadžiavdić Bass: Ivica Propadalo Klavijature: Fran Šokić Bubnjevi: Robert Domitrović. Styling: Frizerski salon "Renata". HVALA HVALA HVALA!!! Show more. Has been played on. Bosnia and Herzegovina 11. Radio TNT Travnik.
The album "Bili Smo Raja" became one of the best selling pop-rock album in Croatia that year. The band is touring all over Croatia and have made another anthology in 2013 to celebrate their 40th anniversary. by Sead S. Fetahagic Updated by rdtprog. If the previous album by TESKA INDUSTRIJA was somewhat fresh in adding the female vocals and modern arrangements to the radio-friendly (or Youtube-friendly) adult-contemporary pop-rock sound, this album whose title translates as "We Were Buddies" is a real flop! You can safely avoid this poor disc.
Bosnian and Yugoslav rock band Teška Industrija recorded a cover of "A i ti me iznvjeri" on their 2010 album Bili smo raja. Mladen Vojičić (Serbian Cyrillic: Младен Војичић; born 17 October 1960), known professionally as his nickname/stagename, Tifa (Тифа) is a Bosnian rock vocalist. He gained acclaim throughout former Yugoslavia for his brief stint as the lead singer of Bijelo dugme in mid-1980s. Apart from Bijelo dugme, he sang in numerous bands with varying degrees of prominence (most notable being Teška industrija, Vatreni poljubac and Divlje Jagode).
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|1||U Meni Jesen Je
Music By, Lyrics By – Z. Kesić*
|2||Nek' Padaju Ćuskije
Music By, Lyrics By – D. Dervišhalidović*
|3||A I Ti Me Iznevjeri
Music By, Lyrics By – G. Bregović*
Music By, Lyrics By – K. Monteno*
|5||Ti Si Mi U Krvi
Lyrics By – S. Kovač*Music By – K. Kovač*
|6||Svijet U Kojem Živim
Lyrics By – Ž. Altarac*Music By – F. Redžić*, S. A. Kovačević*
Music By, Lyrics By – D. Ričl*
Lyrics By – A. Dedić*, K. Kovač*Music By – K. Monteno*
|9||Bolje Biti Pijan Nego Star
Music By, Lyrics By – S. Lošić*
|10||Život Je Maskenbal
Lyrics By – D. Trifunović*Music By – G. Lengyel*
- Recorded At – Studio Decibel, Zagreb
- Arranged By – Igor Ivanović , Vedad Hadžiabdić
- Backing Vocals, Producer – Igor Ivanović
- Bass, Backing Vocals – Ivica Propadalo
- Design – Feđa Vukić, Ivica Propadalo, Negra Nigoević
- Drums – Robert Domitrović
- Executive Producer – Ivica Propadalo
- Guitar, Backing Vocals – Vedad Hadžiabdić
- Keyboards – Fran Šokić
- Vocals, Backing Vocals – Lea Mijatović
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 9 788678 088759
- Rights Society: SOKOJ
- Other (COBISS.SR-ID): 184496652
- Other (ISBN): 978-86-7808-875-9
|CD 5939832||Teška Industrija||Bili Smo Raja (CD, Album)||Croatia Records||CD 5939832||Croatia||2011|