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Until now I wasn't aware that "remove kebab" has so many friends:









https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDCGzYIoeqQ

oh lol!

Can our Croatian, Serbian and Bosnian posters probably share a little more of such fine pieces of art? Big Grin
Noooo, i feel shame to even search for it on Youtube, not to mention posting it! I can't believe that human being can create something like this (or enjoy in it). Seriously. sad
Civil what?
It was a war. This whole idea of those conflict, which followed the breakup of Yugoslavia, being a civil war sprung out of Serbian propaganda, as an attempt by the Serbain state to avoid legal and financial responsibilities.

As for the music, I'll post it later. ;)
Here are some Croatian and Bosnian ones. Unlike the serbian music, not inspired by turkish tunes Big Grin

























And I'll just leave this one here...



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Big Grin
I guess the Yugowars were too short for this form of martial music to reach peak perfection.

Look at Hezbollah. They've been around for some 30 years and their production values are amazing. When viewing their youtube videos one can barely resist the temptation to abandon this earthly existence and follow Ali ibn Ali Talib into battle against the Takfir. ;)
(2013 Dec 30 20:16)Mustapaita Wrote: [ -> ]I guess the Yugowars were too short for this form of martial music to reach peak perfection.

Look at Hezbollah. They've been around for some 30 years and their production values are amazing. When viewing their youtube videos one can barely resist the temptation to abandon this earthly existence and follow Ali ibn Ali Talib into battle against the Takfir. ;)

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(don't really fit ITT, I know...)
Like this?







(2013 Dec 30 23:20)Gamera Wrote: [ -> ]


This is actually some nice piece of rock music. Listened without laughing. Big Grin
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