Rock music in Slovenia
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Rock and roll is a musical genre from the United States, popularized worldwide beginning in the 1950s. Though rock had become popular earlier, it was not until the mid-1980s breakthrough of Laibach, who are now internationally renowned, that Slovenian rock became well-known. Other well-known Slovenian rock bands include Hic et Nunc, whose 1998 tour of the United States brought even more international attention to Slovenian rock.
In the former Yugoslavia, Slovenia was the center for punk rock. The best-known representatives of this genre were Pankrti, Niet, Lublanski Psi, Čao Pičke, Via Ofenziva, Tožibabe, and Otroci Socializma.
Popular rock artists, largely unknown outside the country, are: Lačni Franz (Zoran Predin), Šank Rock, Big Foot Mama, Zaklonišče Prepeva, Siddharta, Vlado Kreslin, Niet, Mi2, Buldožer, Carpe Diem, Dan D, Društvo mrtvih pesnikov, Elvis Jackson (ska punk), Orlek, Pink Panker and others.
Popular rock (or rock influenced) artists by decade include:
- 1980s: Pankrti, Lačni Franz, Buldožer, Martin Krpan, Janez Bončina, Jani Kovačič, Niet, Berlinski zid, Borghesia, Buldogi, Kuzle, Lublanski psi, Otroci socializma, Via Ofenziva, Hazard, Pomaranča, Šank Rock
- Popular music in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
- New wave music in Yugoslavia
- Punk rock in Yugoslavia
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