Bijelo Dugme were a Yugoslav symphonic/hard-rock band from Sarajevo in modern-day Bosnia and Herzegovina. Between 1974 and 1988, the band released nine albums, three live recordings, and assorted singles, mostly on Jugoton and Diskoton.
Members: Goran Bregović (guitar, vocals, 1974-89), Željko Bebek (vocals, 1974-84), Mladen Vojičić [aka Tifa] (vocals, 1984-85), Alen Islamović (vocals, 1985-89), Goran Ivandić [aka Ipe Ivandić] (drums, 1974-76, 1977-78, 1982-89), Zoran Redžić (bass, 1974-75, 1977-89), Vlado Pravdić (keyboards, 1974-76, 1978-87), Laza Ristovski (keyboards, 1976-78, 1985-89), Điđi Jankelić (drums, 1978-82), Milić Vukašinović (drums, 1976), Sanin Karić (bass, 1977), Ljubiša Račić (bass, 1975-77)
- Kad bi’ bio bijelo dugme (1974)
- Šta bi dao da si na mom mjestu (1975)
- Eto! Baš hoću! (1976)
- Bitanga i princeza (1979)
- Doživjeti stotu (1980)
- Uspavanka za Radmilu M. (1983)
- Bijelo dugme (1984)
- Pljuni i zapjevaj moja Jugoslavijo (1986)
- Ćiribiribela (1988)
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