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Srebrna krila (English: Silver Wings) was a Croatian pop band from Zagreb that was popular across Yugoslavia.
The band was created in 1978, with
Vlado Kalember as the lead singer. Most of their Kalember-era hits were written by Đorđe Novković.
In 1988 the band represented
Yugoslavia at the Eurovision Song Contest with the song " Mangup", placing 6th.
Throughout the 1980s and 1990s the band went through a series of different incarnations. Kalember left the band after their 1986 album
30 u hladu. The band disappeared after the death of its founder Muc in 2000.
Srebrna krila reunites 1.6. 2012. at Zagreb Bundek and announced the return to the scene.
At the end of August 2012. announce a new comeback album called Srebrna krila 2012.
Members of the group [ edit ]
Vlado Kalember (1978-1986) Dado Jelavić (1978-1981)
Adi Karaselimović (1978-1981)
Duško Mandić (1978-1984)
Mustafa "Muc" Ismailovski (1979-2000)
Slavko Pintarić (1981-2000)
Lidija Asanović (1988-1989)
Vlatka Pokos (1989-1994) Vlatka Grakalić (1994-2000)
Barbara Vujević (1994-2000)
Discography [ edit ]
Srebrna Krila (1979)
Ja sam samo jedan od mnogih sa gitarom (1980)
Sreo sam ljubav iz prve pjesme (1980)
Julija i Romeo (compilation) (1982)
Zadnja ploča (1982)
Silverwings (English version of "Zadnja ploča", Canada, 1983)
30 u hladu (1986)
Poleti golubice (1988)
Ljubav je za ljude sve (maxi single) (1995)
Tamo gdje ljubav stanuje (1996)
Nebo vidi, nebo zna (1998)
Mega hitova Srebrnih krila(1998)
Zlatna kolekcija (2001)
Platinum Collection (2006)
Srebrna krila 2012 (2012)
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