Vama Veche (band)
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Their first concert took place on 28 November 1996 at Lăptaria lui Enache.
The third album released by the band was a concept album, suggesting that the group may turn towards progressive rock. The album was received with critical acclaim.
The band broke up in August 2006, right after having launched a new album, "Fericire în rate".
- 1998 - Nu am chef azi
- 1999 - Vama Veche
- 2000 - Nu ne mai trageţi pe dreapta (maxi-single)
- 2002 - Am să mă întorc bărbat
- 2004 - Best of Vama Veche
- 2005 - Vama Veche Live
- 2006 - Fericire în rate
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