Buldožer was Yugoslav-Slovenian progressive rock band from 1970s and 1980s. They were one of the first bands in communist Yugoslavia that could be considered alternative, and forefathers of the Yugoslav new wave. In musical sense, they were experimenting with a variety of genres, while most of their lyrics, written in Serbo-Croatian, were a satire and mocking the political and musical establishment, themselves included. Buldožer was the first Yugoslavian rock band who released an album in a compact disc format—compilation album Nova vremena in 1989.
SDG is proud to release a new recording of Bach's St John Passion. Previous releases have received phenomenal press coverage and tremendous reviews for performance, sound quality and packaging. Recorded in Königslutter in 2003, this two disc album features internationally acclaimed soloists, including Mark Padmore, Hanno Müller-Brachmann, Peter Harvey and Bernarda Fink.
Best known as the madcap drummer with Grobschnitt, he has also been an innovative sound explorer since the mid-60's, and a talented multi-instrumentalist. As early as 1967, Eroc had developed his own methods of multi-tracking and phasing effects, with voices and instruments, and he explored other creative types of music. In 1970 he recorded the revolutionary echo vocal collage work "Horrorgoll" for his solo debut, very much like a piece of Dadaist sound-poetry (yet with a rock aesthetic). His solo work includes a wild mix of synthesizer music, space-rock, comic theatrics, schlager and folk musics, with the touch of Eroc's humour thrown in for good measure.