Jinx (Croatian band)

Jinx (Croatian band)

Jinx is a Croatian Pop band from Zagreb, in 1993. Career is began under the name "High Jinx" from concert in club Saloon in Zagreb. Members are: Coco Mosquito (guitar), Jadranka Bastajic Yaya (vocal), Berko Muratovic (drums), Mr. Goody (keyboards), Igor Pavlica (trumpet) and Adam Matijasevic (bass). Former members are: Goony, Kiky the Kid, Samir Kadribasic (bass), Rudi (trumpet) and Jordes(saxophone). Prefix "High" was dropped in 1995, since all fans who attended their first gigs referred to them solely as Jinx, the band officially accepts the shorter version of their name. First album Sextasy is issued in English. Berko and Samir was joined the band in 1996. In 1997, Jinx sign their first record sign with Aquarius Records and release their second album “Second Hand”. In 2001, Percussionist Boris Popov was joined the band. Jinx was disbanded in 2001. In 2007, They was returned to scene and signed to another label, Dallas Records.

Discography

Albums

  • Sextasy (1995)
  • Second Hand (1997),
  • Pompei – Ljetna Ploca Katastrofe (1999)
  • Sextasy (2000, special release)
  • Avantura Pocinje (2001, first planned to be named (Paranormalno!)
  • Retro/Best of Jinx (2002)
  • Na zapadu (In the West, 2007)

Singles

  • Smijem se (1997)
  • Bye bye baby bye (1999)
  • Koliko suza (1999)
  • Tamo gdje je sve po mom (2001)
  • Na cemu si ti (2007)

Awards

  • 1998 – Radio France International, Bucharest, best new artist

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