Rhythm of Disorder is a Serbian and Yugoslav oi! The selected recordings from the performances from this period were later released on the band's first official demo recording Oi Ain't Deadreleased in early by the Belgrade record label Predskazanje Records. The demo, available only on compact cassettebeside live recordings, also featured studio material, recorded at the Barbaro and Matrix studios.
Due to the worldwide catalog sales of the album, the band appeared on several various artists compilations, and was charted on several independent European top lists. The new lineup recorded the second studio album, Breakingreleased by the German record label Walzwerk Records, and the funds from the album sales were used for humanitarian purposes, helping children endangered by the Yugoslav Wars.
Before the album release, the German authorities took over the album recordings, claiming Odlazi - Ritam Nereda - Oi! Aint Dead the label was breaking the economic sanctions imposed to Yugoslavia by the United Nationsbut, after a compromise, made with the help of UNICEFthe album release was allowed. The album Odlazi - Ritam Nereda - Oi! Aint Dead also released in Serbia, entitled Razbijanje Breakingand was released by Music YUser, available on compact cassette only, and featuring lyrics entirely in Serbian language.
After the album release, P. At the time, the band often got invitations to perform at various European festivals, however, due to the visa issues, the band did not perform abroad. J, who returned to the band. The lineup recorded the album Zvuci bola Sounds of Painwith lyrics dealing with the current political situation in the country.
On early Novemberat the time of conflicts of Romani people and skinheads in Belgrade, the band's performance at the Belgrade Studentski kulturni centar was canceled, because band was accused, by part of the media, for spreading hatred and racism. Due to the NATO bombing of Yugoslaviathe band had to return to the country and wait for eight months for the album mastering and record releasing.
Inthe band released their first live album Exist To Resistrecorded on the Spring of at the Belgrade Studentski kulturni centar.
The album brought a slight stylistic change in the band sound, bringing negative reactions from both the fans and critics, resulting the band not performing the Odlazi - Ritam Nereda - Oi!
Aint Dead from the album on their live appearances. In Junethe band released its seventh studio and tenth official release, Paralelni svet Parallel World. Inthe band released the 30th anniversary album 30 godina 30 Yearsfeaturing re-recordings of 26 live favourites with the current lineup and a more modern sound.
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