Pekinška Patka discography

Pekinška Patka discography
Studio albums 2
Compilation albums 1
Singles 3

The discography of the Serbian punk rockpost-punk band Pekinška Patka comprises two studio albums, three singles, and one compilation album.

The band had their first recordings released on the double A-side single "Biti ružan, pametan i mlad" / "Bela šljiva" ("To Be Ugly, Smart and Young" / "White Plum") in 1979, by Jugoton. The single is the first Serbian punk rock release. The band's debut album, Plitka poezija (Shallow Poetry), released in 1980, is the first Serbian punk rock album. The album was ushered by the single "Bolje da nosim kratku kosu" ("I Better Be Wearing Short Hair"), and after the single release, the band's default lineup changed, which influenced the further musical development of the band. The new lineup firstly released the single "Bila je tako lijepa" ("She Was So Beautiful"), and then moved towards post-punk, with the release of the band's second and final album Strah od monotonije (Fear Of Monotony). After the album release, the band split up. All of the band's recordings, released on albums and singles, appeared on the Pekinška patka compilation album in 2006.

Studio albums

Year Album details
1980 Plitka poezija
1981 Strah od monotonije
  • Released: 1981
  • Label: Jugoton
  • Format: LP, CS, CD

Compilation albums

Year Album details
2006 Pekinška patka
  • Released: 2006
  • Label: Multimedia Records
  • Format: CD


Year Single details
1979 "Biti ružan, pametan i mlad" / "Bela šljiva"
1980 "Bolje da nosim kratku kosu"
"Bila je tako lijepa"
  • B-side: "Bumba, rumba"
  • From the album: Non-album single
  • Released: 1980
  • Label: Jugoton
  • Format: 7"


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