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Bombaj štampa (Bosnian language for: "Bombay Press") is the pop-rock group from Sarajevo dating from 1982, which, together with Zabranjeno Pušenje and Elvis J. Kurtovich & His Meteors, participated in creating a new movement known as New Primitivism in Ex-Yugoslavia.
The group was founded by guitarist Nedim Babović in 1982, but initially never had a stable lineup and therefore didn't perform much. In May 1983, aspiring actor Branko Đurić who sang with SCH joined the band.
Bombaj Štampa was not active from 1992 till 2008. In December 2008, group members reunited for a concert in Sarajevo featuring original guitarist Nedim Babović and drummer Dragan Bajić along with bassist Ernie Mendillo (The Brandos). More concerts followed and an album of new material was released in the Spring of 2010.
- Branko Đurić - vocals, guitar
- Nedim Babović - guitar
- Neno Jeleč - bass
- Nikša Bratoš - keyboards
- Ademir Volić - drums
- Ernie Mendillo - Bass (2008–present)
- Gašper Oblak - drums (2010–present)