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MILADOJKA YOUNEED was a free punk/funk/jazz band formed in 1985, in Ljubljana, Slovenia (ex-Yugoslavia). Their style was defined as pop-core, acid-metal and sintetic-trash.

From self-titled debut in 1986.





"Bloodylon" from 1990.





From "Liberta Bloo" in 1993.



Group formed in the winter of 1985 when Dadi Kašnar  (ex Martin Krpan and Videosex), Mario Marolt (ex Marcus 5)
and Miroslav Lovrič met at a workshop of Ljubljana Jazz Festival. They establish, as they say, free punk funk-jazz group and the first concerts are held in Ljubljana's club K4 in an attractive set with two bassists.  Most of the original members of the group collaborated in the band Quatebriga for the album "Revolution in the Zoo".

The first cassette for "Založba FV"  is issued with this line-up: tenor saxophonist and clarinetist Mario Marolt, alto and baritone saxophonist  Urban Urbanija, guitarist Boris Romih (ex Begnagrad), Dadi Kašnar drummer,
and bassists Igor Ozbolt and Miroslav Lovric. In March 1987 they appear on Cheskoslovansky Jazzovy Festival in Karlovy Vary. In June live material was recorded in the Ljubljana club Valentino.  Then they play at the event "Novi Rock" ("New Rock") along with New York's band Swans.  In September 1987 they release the LP "Ghastly Beyond Belief!" produced by Iztok Turk (ex Videosex) which was in a poll by "Mladina" proclaimed for  the Album of the Year.
The record was published in the Netherlands for the firm N. L Centrum.  During the next two years they were playing at festivals in Hungary, Greece,  Italy, Austria, Holland, Belgium, and the Youth Festival in Subotica.  In March 1990 they organized a mini tour of Switzerland. In July album "Bloodylon" is released after which they tour Yugoslavia.
"Bloodylon" was recorded with the line-up: guitarist Kristian Kavac,  Mario Marolt, Igor Ozbolt, Urban Urbanija and Miroslav Lovrič as a singer and ceases to play bass. Boris Romih begins to work with sound, light and
video works for the group. In October they play at an alternative festival Berlin Independence Days. In early March 1991 they sell out concert at the Belgrade Youth Center.  In the meantime, they frequently change members.
When recording a video in 1990 their guitarist Kristian Kavac fell from a building and remained disabled; from the consequences of that accident he died in 1991.

After the accident part of musicians left the band,  so that the next album "Liberta Bloo" is made by Lovrič and Marolt.
On the record are covers of "Pocket Calculator" (Kraftwerk),  "Living In America" ​​(James Brown) and "Show Me" where a portion of the text by Bertolt Brecht  "Pocket Calculator" was utilized for the record "Trans Slovenia Express",
on which the Slovenian groups covered compositions by Kraftwerk.  That contribution by "Miladojka Youneed" was not taken in the compilation because the Kraftwerk advocates came to the conclusion that "Miladojka" were mocking of the composition. Line-up for the record, among others, featured singer Anja Rupel (ex Videosex), singer Meri Trošelj and bassist Nikola Sekulović. Based on these records they come together again and continue with concerts.  Along Lovrič and Marolt, Jožef Sečnik plays bass, guitar Nenad Krsmanovic and Roman Ratej is on drums. Concert CD was recorded in Portorose in June of 1994. As a bonus were songs recorded in the studio in 1987. Their acoustic performance at Radio Student was recorded on the disc  Izštekani" (Dallas / Student Radio 1995.) Group disbanded in 1998.




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