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Old 10-31-2013, 11:40 PM   #1
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Looking for the name of a Macedonian patriotic song that came out in the early 90's. Not sure if it was originally produced in Australia or Macedonia, but towards the end the lyrics included a call for the Macedonian flag to fly over Solun and I think there was a reference of Mitsotakis....I haven't heard the song for probably 20 years now.

Anyone know which one I'm talking about....?
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Old 11-01-2013, 01:15 AM   #2
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Tom, this is probably the one you're talking about. Enjoy.

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Old 11-01-2013, 03:46 AM   #3
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Yes - that's it! You're the man EM
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that's the one its been 20 years since I heard this one very patriotic tom.
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What a blast from the past this song is.
Those were the days when the iron was hot. Macedonian patriotism was at its peak everywhere including back home.

These days, we get songs with lyrics "ajde da se napijame" and "red bull sexy bull" lol
While Albanians take over our country under our noses. Well it's not hard when our noses are up in the air while sculling down a bottle of DAB

Anyway, back to this song Tom questioned.
It was created by a Band in Melbourne Australia. A form of protest due to the Greek embargo closure of borders and interference in Macedonia's progress into the international community. It was before the surrender of our true national flag and Name.

Now the name of this band slips my mind (I should know since they played at my Wedding and one of the members is a relative of mine) but if any Melbournian in here help me out with the name of the band, the leading member was "Pande" who was the main vocalist and clarinet player. Unfortunately they are no longer together as a band.
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What a blast from the past this song is.
Those were the days when the iron was hot. Macedonian patriotism was at its peak everywhere including back home.

These days, we get songs with lyrics "ajde da se napijame" and "red bull sexy bull" lol
While Albanians take over our country under our noses. Well it's not hard when our noses are up in the air while sculling down a bottle of DAB

Anyway, back to this song Tom questioned.
It was created by a Band in Melbourne Australia. A form of protest due to the Greek embargo closure of borders and interference in Macedonia's progress into the international community. It was before the surrender of our true national flag and Name.

Now the name of this band slips my mind (I should know since they played at my Wedding and one of the members is a relative of mine) but if any Melbournian in here help me out with the name of the band, the leading member was "Pande" who was the main vocalist and clarinet player. Unfortunately they are no longer together as a band.

The band was called "Grupa Legenda".
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