The Dibidus

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The Dibidus
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The Dibidus performing live in Aleksinac in 2013
Background information
Origin Belgrade, Serbia
Genres Ska, pop rock, world music
Years active 2001 – 2004
2007 - present
Labels BK Sound, Long Play, Mascom Records
Associated acts Vampiri, Familija, Deca Loših Muzičara, Hush, Prljavi Inspektor Blaža i Kljunovi, Alisa, Karizma
Website www.thedibidus.com
Members Dejan Pejović
Saša Petrov
Dejan Resanović
Dejan Tomović
Nenad Đorđević
Past members Milan Sarić
Jova Jović
Milan Milić

The Dibidus is a Serbian pop rock/ska band from Belgrade.

History[edit]

2001 – 2004[edit]

The Dibidus was formed in 2001 by former Vampiri and Familija member Dejan Pejović "Peja", former Deca Loših Muzičara member Jova Jović (guitar) and former Hush member[1] Milan Sarić (bass guitar).[2] The three recorded the album The Dibidus,[3] released in 2003 through BK Sound.[4] The album was produced by Đorđe Petrović, and featured Pejović's former bandmate from Familija Ratko Ljubičić on drums, Bilja Krstić & Bistrik Orchestra member Maja Klisinski on percussion, Eyesburn frontman Nemanja Kojić "Kojot" on trombone and Pejović's former bandmates from Vampiri and Familija Goran Redžepi "Gedža" and Dejan Petrović "Dexy" on backing vocals.[5] The keyboards on the album were played by Jović.[6] The album brought minor hit "Nama treba ljubav" ("We Need Love"). In 2004, however, The Dibidus disbanded.[7]

2007 – present[edit]

In 2007 the band reunited.[8] The new lineup, beside Pejović and Jović, featured former Vampiri member Saša Petrov (guitar) and Milan Milić (trumpet).[9] The band recorded the album Trenerka i sako (Suit Jacket and Tracksuit), released in 2011 through Long Play.[10] The album was produced by the band members themselves.[11] On the album recording, keyboards were played by Jović, and bass guitar was played by both Jović and Petrov.[12] The album featured the song "Pokloniću joj nebo" ("I'll Give Her the Sky"),[13] written by Pejović and originally recorded by Vampiri on their 1993 album Be-Be (Ba-Bies).[14]

Soon after the album release, Jović left the band. The new lineup, beside Pejović, Petrov and Milić, featured former Prljavi Inspektor Blaža i Kljunovi and Alisa member[15] Dejan Resanović (bass guitar), former Karizma and Vampiri member[16] Dejan Tomović "Tomke" (keyboard) and Nenad Đorđević (drums).[17] After only several promotional performances, Milić left the band, and the rest of the lineup, in December 2011 in Belgrade club Fest, recorded the live album Uživo iz kluba "Fest" (Live from the Club Fest).[18] The album, produced by Vladimir Novičić, was released at the beginning of 2013.[19] Beside The Dibidus songs, the album featured Familija songs "Paranoja" ("Paranoia"), "Crno, belo, šareno" ("Black, White, Colorful"), "Nije mi ništa" ("There's Nothing Wrong with Me"), "Boli me kita" ("I Don't Give a Fuck") and "Mala, mala" ("Little, Little"), and the bonus track "Draga" ("Darling"), a duet recorded with Neno Belan.[20]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • The Dibidus (2003)
  • Trenerka i sako (2011)

Live albums[edit]

  • Uživo iz kluba "Fest" (2013)

References[edit]

External links[edit]