Bulevar - Mala Nocna Panika
Label: PGP RTB
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Style: Punk, Symphonic Rock
Recorded By [Vocals] - Rade Ercegovac
Recorded By, Recorded By [Vocals] - Tahir Durkalić
Vocals - Dejan Cukić
Notes: Recorded and mixed at Studio V PGP RTB.
Vocals recorded at Studio VI Radio Beograd.
A1 Unutarnja Panika
A2 Bolje Da Ostaneš S Mamom
A3 Zavedi Me, Pa Me Šutni
A4 Ponovo Na Ulici
A5 Ceka juci Godoa
B1 Opijum I Coca-Cola
B2 Venerin Breg
B3 Bilo Šta Za Dan Dva
B4 Pušten S Lanca
B5 Trenutni Lek
. The band got the name Bulevar because all of the members lived near The Boulevard Of Revolution in Belgrade. During the following year, the band had their first live appearances as an opening act for Riblja Čorba. Their first major appearance was at Belgrade's Tašmajdan on September 1, 1979 at the famous Riblja corba concert. After the band Zvuk Ulice disbanded, their keyboard player, Dragan Mitric joined the band.
Due to the illness of Josip Broz Tito, the band released their first single in 1980 through Jugoton. The release of their second single, "Nestašni dečaci" ("Wild Boys"), was described ; as "the inauguration of symphonic punk"
The song caused a slight incident as the authorites considered the song as the direct support of the March 1981 protests in Kosovo, which was not true.
By the time the band was about to release their debut album Loš i mlad (Bad and Young), the band signed for PGP RTB. The album was released in 1981, and was produced by themselves with the help of Tahir Durhalić. When the band released their second album Mala noćna panika (A Little Night Panic), featuring the tracks "Nestašni dečaci", "Unutarnja panika" and "Trenutni lek", Mitrić, Stamatović and Cukić went to the army so the record did not have a presentation. The only appearance they made were at the Dok, where Kornelije Kovač who produced the record played keyboards. The band held their last concert in Skopje in 1982, where Stamatović appeared as a soldier.