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Aerodrom (band)

Aerodrom
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Aerodrom performing in Zagreb in November 2009
Background information
Also known as Jurica Pađen & Aerodrom
Origin Zagreb, Croatia
Genres Rock, pop rock, new wave, progressive rock
Years active 1978–1987,[1] 2001–present
Labels Croatia Records, Jugoton, Menart
Associated acts Azra, Parni valjak, Grupa 220, Pađen band, Branimir Štulić
Members Jurica Pađen

Tomislav Šojat

Ivan Havidić

Damir Medić
Past members Remo Cartagine

Mladen Krajnik

Paolo Sfeci

Zlatan Živković

Branko Knežević

Zoran Kraš

Nenad Smoljanović

Slavko Pintarić

Aerodrom (also known as Jurica Pađen & Aerodrom) is a Croatian rock band from Zagreb.

Aerodrom was founded in 1978 by Jurica Pađen, former member of rock bands Grupa 220 and Parni valjak. Aerodrom saw its greatest success in the early 1980s. Between 1979 and 1986 the band produced five studio albums, before disbanding in 1987.[1][2]

Between 1987 and 1990, Pađen was a member of Azra. In 1994, he formed Pađen band. In 2001, he launched a comeback of Aerodrom, with two of the band's original members.[2] Since then Aerodrom has released four studio albums, a live album, a best-of compilation album and a box set of their first 5 albums from the 1980s.

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References [ edit ]

  1. ^ a b Janjatović, Petar (1998). "Aerodrom". Ilustrovana YU rock enciklopedija 1960–1997 (in Serbian).
  2. ^ a b "Jurica Pađen i Aerodrom". crorec.hr (in Croatian). Croatia Records. Retrieved 4 July 2017.

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