Badger asked me to comment on http://balkansnet.org/rock2.html. This is an old article, probably one of the frist ones that showed up on Interenet about the rock scene in my former country. It looks like a history paper more than anything else. When you look closely, basically the only source about the rock music that she quotes is three Petar Janjatovic’s articles in Billboard. That’s a bit onesided – but Janjatovic is an okay guy. Perhaps a passionate Yugo rock record collector who actually heard all these bands that are mentioned would make a better article. So there was this country, politically balancing between Western and Eastern blocks, and music was important to the young people there, radio was good and a interesting rock scene emerged. Yugoslavs like to pride themselves in having the richest rock scene after England and USA, but in fact, they just never heard any Australian, Dutch and South American bands, so we kinda like to lull ourselves to be more important than we really are. But the history of Yugoslav rock is definitely rich enough that even after I thought I knew everything about it I discover some new stuff that sounds cool. What I kinda like about Yugoslavia and it’s rock’n'roll history is that the whole thing slowly turns into a myth as the new post-war generations grow up. It’s fun! Eh, instead of talking about these things let’s hear a nice simple power pop tune about the girl who has 95-52-95 measurments (in centimeters). It was a radio hit when I was in highschool.