The Easy Penguins were a Serbian rock band from Belgrade. While initially being a new wave act, throughout their later career, the band turned towards synthpop and pop rock. The band was formed in and had their first public appearance on November 29, at a punk costume party held at the Pinki club in Zemun. The track "Baby" featured sampled accordion and car engine sounds, and the whole album featured an analog drum machine. The following album Striptiz Stripteasereleased infeatured the hit "Blago morskih dubina" "Sea-Depths Treasure"but the public did not show much interest for the rest of the album.
The song also appeared as a B-side of the "Cry, Baby, Cry" single, released during the same year. Two years later, in#1 - Namie Amuro - Checkmate! band members went to Italy and performed at night clubs and cabarets, Istina O Meni - Laki Pingvini - Striptiz having returned to Yugoslaviainthe band ceased to exist.
Together they released the comeback album Stereo. In October of the same year, the band performed as an opening act for Duran Duran. Like It Used to Be Inthe various artists compilation Ventilator vol. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Laki Pingvini. YU najbolji albumi jugoslovenske rok i pop muzike. Belgrade: YU Rock Press. Authority control MusicBrainz : cbfb-4ace-8aa55de8fbc. Categories : Serbian rock music groups Serbian new wave musical groups Serbian synthpop groups Yugoslav rock music groups Yugoslav synthpop groups Serbian pop rock music groups Musical groups from Belgrade Musical groups established in Hidden categories: Webarchive template wayback links Articles with hCards Articles containing Serbian-language text Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers.
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