Solunski Front started out in 1980 and, with bands like Defektno Efektni, Radnicka Kontrola, TV Moroni and Krvna Zrnca, they became part of the punk scene in Belgrad. They listened to Ramones and British punk, and viewed themselves as a band who played the purest expression of it. When their scene shifted to hardcore territories, they sperheaded that change with Distress and Necrophilia, starting to record short and sharp songs. They've been featured on several compilation tapes, most notably those released by "No Profit Tapes" (Buka i urlik, Izgubljena alternativa, Do?ao je kraj, Jedino buba?vabe pre?ivljavaju Černobil). Solunski Front often played in Beograd but also in Ljubljanja and Zagreb. They've played concerts opening for bands Youth Brigade (USA) in Beograd and B.G.K (Neatherlands) in Novi Sad. The first real 6 songs demo were recorded in Ljubljana , in the studio Borut Činc in 1985. The song "Ratnom drugu u čast" was played many times on the demo top list on radio and was released on the LP "Ventilator 202 Top 10 vol.3" in 1985. Four of the songs ended up on their EP "Mali Svet" (No Time For The Wasted, 1996). The band split up in 1985 when it was time for their military duty. This special collective LP compiles all their songs from the 1984 demo and the unreleased 1984 session for Attack Punk Records (Italy). A total must have for fans of old school Yugo-punk!