THE EARLY BEGINNINGSToday the biggest name on Slovenia's music scene, Siddharta was formed in 1995, when four friends – Tomi M. (vocals, guitar), Primož B. (guitar, back vocals), Primož M. (bass) and Boštjan M. (drums) – got together and named themselves after a well-known book by Hermann Hesse because they liked the sound of it. Soon they started developing their own sound. They wanted it to be different – they enriched it with the saxophone and keyboards. Cene R. joined the band on sax and a while later Tomaž O. R. on keyboards. Together they developed their own sound, a sound they like to call Siddharta sound. Even before their first album was released one could get a taste of Siddharta sound in a project by RTV Slovenia and Studio Tivoli – Siddharta had been chosen among many promising Slovenian bands and ranked first on the Tivolski Pomp compilation.
THE ID (1999) ERABy the end of 1996 Siddharta had 14 songs of their own ready to be recorded. In 1997 they took part in the Tivolski Pomp project, which resulted in a compilation, for which they contributed their song Lunanai. Siddharta’s debut album Id was recorded at Studio Tivoli in cooperation with Dejan Radičevič and Anders Kallmark between April 1998 and February 1999. With their eyes set on the future, Siddharta recorded two versions of the album – one for the home and the other for the foreign market. The Id cover, designed by two students of Design and fine arts – Maja Bagić and Ivijan Mujezinović – won the Zagreb Art and Design Triennial award. The debut album went platinum; it was sold in 13,000 copies.
Due to disagreements with their first record company they changed their publisher and their management in September 1999. They signed with Multimedia Records, a Universal Music Group licensee, which re-released Id with a bonus track added – the band’s first song Stipe. With the album in one hand and full support of their record company in the other the band began a media march and immediately became a sensation or a phenomenon in Slovenia. The video for “Pot v X” was recorded, which took the name of Siddharta from the local fan base to the general public. In a year, during the Id tour the band played in over 50 live concerts all over Slovenia. Their live performances gave the album a new dimension. The presence in the media increased considerably. There has never been a group that caused so much commotion with the first record release. This, however, was only the beginning.
Lunanai (EP, 2000)The band did not stand still. In April 2000 they released their first EP Lunanai, to which besides two versions of Lunanai three live songs were added. They collaborated with the legend of Slovenian rock music, Vlado Kreslin and together they recorded a version of the title song and the video for it.
NORD (2001)After their headline performance at the Rock Otočec festival Siddharta retreated from public life and locked themselves up in the studio. They worked in total isolation. The new album was recorded again in Studio Tivoli, produced by the best production team Slovenia had to offer: Peter Penko and Žare Pak came out with flying colours. All the modern approaches (loops, sfx, programming) combined with the analog studio equipment resulted in what was to become Slovenia’s record breaker in every way. On May 9th, six months of Siddharta silence later, Nord broke out. Nord sales went skyrocketing. In only three weeks of sales activities Siddharta‘s new album reached gold record status (5,000 copies sold), in only three months the sales grew to fascinating 13,000 copies. Nord became officially the fastest selling domestic product in the history of Slovenia. What is more, the album also broke the record in number of weeks on top of the local album-selling chart (Slo Top 30). By June 2002 Nord went double platinum (over 20,000 copies sold). By now over 30,000 copies have been sold. Nord’s cover is once again the work of Ivijan Mujezinović and elegantly captures the essence of the audio in a visual form.
The band set sail on an all-Slovenian stage expedition, playing nearly 80 live performances, selling out even the largest sport halls. The Nord tour lasted 14 months and was wrapped up by a significant performance in the Ljubljana open-air theatre Križanke, supported by the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra on June 16th, 2002. The concert was broadcast live on national radio Val 202 and the video recording shown on national television.
SILIKON DELTA (2002)Just after the Križanke concert the remix album Silikon Delta was released. This album is a so-called “side project” and is not a presentation of Siddharta style as we know it. On this album various established artists were gathered to put their vision into Siddharta songs. Artists such as Laibach, Valentino Kanzyani, Umek, Random Logic and many others remixed songs from both ID and Nord. With this album Siddharta penetrated into the minds of the music-wise differently oriented crowd. The album cover was designed by Sašo Dornik.
Alongside the release of Silikon Delta, the video for Under Venus – an animation video created by Testtube Productions – was launched. The video won the Best Video 2002 award.
THE BLOODY ERA OF RH- (2003)With the end of the Nord tour came a new break from public life for Siddharta. The band wrapped themselves in silence once again and started their studio work in December 2002. Armed with a new band member, bass player Jani H., who stepped in after Primož M. had decided to leave the band, Siddharta set foot in the studio once again. They worked with Peter Penko, Dali Strniša, Rok Golob and Žare Pak. Many months later the result was released: Siddharta’s third studio album Rh-. The long-awaited album was released on August 13th, 2003 by Kif Kif Records and was sold in 10,000 copies the first week of sales alone. The cover design was entrusted to the designer of the Silikon Delta cover, Sašo Dornik.
An English version of the album was recorded and released on Slovenian market as a special limited-edition album on September 1st, 2003. The album was released in unique bloodbag-resembling packages and in music stores placed on transfusion hangers. The special-edition album was released in 1,500 copies, which were sold out in a matter of days. The bloodbag packaging and its designer Sašo Dornik were awarded a Silver Drumstick at the Golden Drum advertising festival in the category of printed media, the Grand award of the 13th Slovene Advertising Festival, and the Magdalena Golden Bra award for creative communications.
The Stadium ConcertA month after the release of their third studio album Rh-, Siddharta opened the Rh- tour with a concert which astounded all who were there and those who were not. The band, accompanied by the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra and 60 dancers, played before a crowd of over 30,000 people and a few thousand who could not get in as the concert had been sold out way in advance. It was an event never yet seen in Slovenia and it received incredible media coverage. The preparations for the project had begun many months beforehand, from the careful stage-planning to the choreography and music arrangements for the orchestra. Siddharta chose to work with those who have proven to be the men for the job. The choreography was entrusted to Miha Krušič (choreography for the Klinik video) and the music arrangements to Milko Lazar and Slavko Avsenik Jr (the arrangements for the Križanke 2002 concert). What sprouted was a sight for sore eyes: three stages, breathtaking choreographies and costumes, eye-watering orchestrations, Siddharta at their best, and a blanket of over 60,000 hands.
The concert was aired on both national radio and television in prime time. It received massive response from the media and was labeled event of the year 2003 numerous times; for this event Siddharta even won the Outstanding achievements Viktor award for 2003. The DVD with the recordings of the concert was the thing awaited by the fans with most eager anticipation since the release of Rh-.
The stadium concert was the beginning of an amazing tour. Playing two to three times a week, the Rh- tour visited all parts of the country, took a detour to Austria for a day, and ended just after Christmas in a sold-out concert just like all were. The New Year brought for Siddharta a short vacation, a line of public recognitions of their work – be it their music, the sales of Rh- or the bloodbag design – and a break across the borders of Slovenia.
The first stadium concert anniversary was marked by showing a documentary film based on the event in the Kolosej cinemas in September 2004.
Most of 2004 was dedicated to an international album release and the year was closed in a special way. In order to quench the fans' and the band's thirst for small live gigs, a mini tour was Siddharta's way of bidding their farewells to their most devoted fans before concentrating on the abroad. One could sense the breakthrough coming up as the tour was overviewed by 7 of the most important German music critics.
Siddharta on MTVAfter its world premiere on 13th September 2004 Siddharta's video 'My Dice', which had been used as the theme song of MTV's Rock Chart ever since February 2004, was aired exclusively on MTV European for a week. Since 20th September 2004 it has also been aired on other important music TV stations across Europe (MTV, VIVA, VH1) and the 'My Dice' single on radio stations across Europe.
On 13th September 2004, along with the world premiere on MTV European, Siddharta was put up as MTV's Artist of the Week.
RH- (English, 2005)The English version of Rh-, which had already been released as the bloodbag limited edition in 2003, was remade and re-released internationally in spring 2005. The lyrics had been altered and a vocal coach hired to bring out the best Siddharta had to offer the world public.
The album was released in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Croatia and Slovenia in two different versions: the regular English edition and the special edition with a bonus DVD. The DVD included Siddharta's videos Rave, Insane and the amazing My Dice, the making-of documentaries, live videos recorded in the big stadium concert, band photos and an exclusive interview, in which the band presented their own view of their music of the past, present and future, the music scene in the band's home country, Slovenia, their music influences, their devoted fan base, their past albums and plans for the future. They took some time to reflect on their creative process and the way they felt it would change for the next album. They described it as going back to their roots.
Both covers were designed by the many times awarded Sašo Dornik and his Ventilator team. For the special edition, they decided to use a slightly different concept than what was used for the regular edition. It was a special edition and as such it was given a new, special cover.
The reviews of the album came from all around the world and were without exception good.
In summer 2005 the band went on their first abroad tour, a club tour across Germany. The band's fan base grew by the show and their satisfaction peaked in performing before a clubful of German fans in Berlin.
The band never forgot about their Slovene fans and decided to perform at the big national music festivals such as Rock Otočec and Piše se leto 2005. We could say they were going back in time to remember and honour their first performances there or on the other hand merely feeding their domestic fans exactly what they needed: a new dose of the pure Siddharta live energy. The fans had earned it – the fan votes won Siddharta the fourth popularity Viktor.
It was in 2005 that Siddharta performed for the first time before the international audience at the Exit festival in Novi Sad, Serbia.
The success of 2005 was wrapped up in November as Siddharta received their first international recognition for their work: in Lisbon, Portugal they were awarded their first MTV European Music Award (EMA) for Best Act. For the first time in their career they shared the stage with the big names of world music industry.
Greetings from the Lisbon stage were in a way a farewell. In end-2005 the band isolated themselves to work on the materials for the new album.
PETROLEA (2006)Almost three years after the release of their last studio album, Siddharta returned with Petrolea, an album much different in sound and arrangement from its symphony-based predecessor. One could say that in a way this album was Siddharta’s return “to the garage” and thus came close to the band’s original sound. This, however, does not mean that the production was any less glamorous. On the contrary! A selection of domestic and foreign studios, combined with the experienced ear of Žare Pak and the musical perfectionism of the band members offered Slovenia an album, marked by many a critic as album of the year 2006.
Having kept their fans waiting that long for a new album, Siddharta rewarded them with a free cultural event – an opening concert at the Ljubljana Castle. It was at the same time the first rock concert ever to have taken place in the castle courtyard, the event thus placing a new milestone on the band’s path of achievements.
Autumn 2006 was spent on the road as Siddharta played 22 indoor concerts and a tour-closing concert in Ljubljana’s Prešeren Square just before New Year. The latter was filmed by the national TV in order to air it a few days afterwards. Young promising Slovene bands opened for Siddharta throughout the tour. They were given the opportunity for a big-stage experience, which would definitely pay off later.
The Slovene and international audience did not neglect to see Siddharta’s qualities and so the band was again nominated for the MTV EMA and it received the Viktor award for Artist of the year. It was at the very Viktor awards show that Siddharta and Dan D premiered in performing their concocted number Male roke / Voda. The hit swarmed radio waves immediately and remained on top of music charts most of 2007.
The spring 2007 leg was spent in concerts again, clubbing. Over 30 shows, among these one for Slovenians living in Italy and one for those in Vienna – these brought back to life Siddharta’s nearly forgotten feelings of performing in a club. Rejuvenated and very much in tune they played most Slovenian summer festivals.
Male Roke (EP, 2007)Siddharta’s cooperation with Dan D was marked by the release of the Male Roke EP, which included the above-mentioned duet, the original title song and four live numbers. Just like the Petrolea cover design, the Male Roke cover design is again a work by Sašo Dornik and his Ventilator creative group.
IZŠTEKANI (live - unplugged, 2007)Eight years after their first performance in the well-acclaimed radio show Izštekani (Unplugged), hosted by Jure Longyka on national radio, Siddharta were invited to perform live for a second time. The acoustic versions of selected numbers from all four albums were later released as a CD + bonus DVD. The CD contains the performed songs only and the DVD features the whole show recorded live on camera.
MARATON (live, 2007)Four years had passed since the breathtaking Stadium concert and Siddharta were ready for a new venture. They placed it in Ljubljana's Hala Tivoli, packed with fans eagerly awaiting a new blow by Siddharta – and the show had been sold out within a couple of weeks. The Marathon was another “first-ever” in Siddharta’s long history of achievements. The band – with a little help of their music friends – performed their whole set-list from day one, a total of 56 songs, and was on stage for full 5 hours plus. Siddharta's first bass player Primož M., Big Foot Mama's singer Grega Skočir, rapper Nikolovski, legend of Slovenian rock music Vlado Kreslin and string quartet Godalika joined them on stage.
The concert was released in December as a collection of four CDs with a bonus DVD, which featured a documentary on the happening in- and outside the hall, both before and during the Marathon concert. The documentary was shot and cut by Dafne Jemeršič.
Wind of change for SiddhartaSpring of 2008. Doing the undoable, Siddharta released a video of an unexistent song, Autumn Sun. The song had been only known and available as its own remix from the 2002 Silikon Delta album of remixes but was given its own form with this video.
Just as autumn's sun placed them in the marathonic spotlight, spring brought a wind of change for Siddharta. It was both the band and their supporting machinery that were struck with changes. Cene R., after over ten years as a member of Siddharta, decided to give it a go as a solo artist and the band in full friendly support accepted his decision. Another decision was made – Siddharta rounded up their cooperation with their yearlong manager Iztok Kurnik and entrusted this challenge to Veto Group.
With a new wind beneath their wings and the incredible eagerness of the new team, the band, now a group of 5 and without the sax, was armed and ready for their upcoming ventures.
Months of planning and preparation resulted in a project, entitled Siddharta Saga. It opened in the fall of 2008 with the first visit to the studio recording the first three tracks for the new album. Saga continued with the release of the first Saga EP in December, Vojna Idej. It was released in only 1000 copies, wrapped in an artwork by an excellent young artist Blaž Porenta. On the turn of the year Siddharta flew across the ocean, where in the studio in Los Angeles they worked for three months with producer Ross Robinson (known for his work with bands such as Korn, Slipknot, Sepultura, The Cure, Deftones, Machine Head, Soulfly, Norma Jean, At The Drive-In) to record materials for their new album. Even before returning home, the band released the Vojna Idej video, and soon after their return - once again as a limited edition of 1,000 copies and once again illustrated by Blaž Porenta - the second Saga EP is released, Napalm 3. In the summer, Baroko, the third EP, followed. Same limited edition, same creative team. A different video. The end of summer brought about a video that combined Napalm 3 and Baroko in one single story. Last of the EPs foretelling the release of the album was Angel Diabolo.
Saga was released in November 2009. The band escorted Saga on its way to their fans' audio players with a premiering concert in Kino Šiška and with the help of a packed venue of fans.
Five years after their first tour in Germany, Siddharta return to German stages. The audience was excited not only over the live performance of the album but also with its English version available. Yet the band does not forget about their Slovene fans. The homely Orto bar is only the beginning, soon other stages follow, all across Slovenia.
VI & Stadion Stožice (2011)
2011 starts with preparations for new stadium concert. This time at the new stadium Stožice in Ljubljana. But even second time around, things are not as simple as they seem. Band members search for and of course also find an additional challenge that makes the event and its preparation even more interesting. The challenge is to record a new album and a DVD of the concert right there in front and with the public. New songs are being written and shortly they all, one after the other, appear on the web and radio airwaves. The band doesn't want to premiere them at the stadium concert but wants people to get to know them. On March 21 the fly overseas to LA and Ross Robinson, who will produce the album. 7 songs are being written there in less then 3 weeks, the band then returns to Slovenia. Shortly after their return, Ross arrives and the detailed work on the album begins with Martin Janežič – Buco, percussions & Gregor Budal and Boštjan Andrejc – Buši, both backing vocals. Siddharta invites diva Josipa Lisac and she accepts the invitation. They perform Neon (Shusuaglo) together. Laibach also accept invitation and they perform B Mashina together. Dancers under the leadership of choreographer Miha KRušič join the project and so do video designers for LED screens, pyrotechnics, … The show at stadium Stožice is visited by 11.000 visitors on June 18, 2011. Almost three and a half hours and 35 songs later the people leave the stadium and their opinions are variations of; high expectations, but we got so much more. The album is recorded. And so is the DVD. Photos are shot in 2 and 3D. Enter – postproduction. And silence. Until November when the band announces the date of the release of the new album VI (word play; vi in Slovene means "you" but it can also be interpreted as VI as in 6 and 6th album) and the double DVD. They are both released on Wednesday, Nov 23, 2011. The package of the album is overrun with photos from the event. Band and the fans are both caught up there. DVD package is entirely done with 3D photos and the bonus disc holds a 50-minute documentary about the making of the stadium project and 3D photo gallery. Up next are promotional signing session and instant No. 1 position on sales charts. A project that lasted for a good year is brought to a close with promotional concert at Cvetličarna in Ljubljana, where the after party of the stadium Stožice was also held.
SIDDHARTA VIDEOSThanks to the directors and various production teams Siddharta have worked with over the years (Sašo Podgoršek, Dafne Jemeršič, Igor Zupe, Saša Hes, the Testtube group and others) the band became sort of a quality-level-raiser, sometimes even trendsetter in the video production area. The above fact is proved by numerous invitations to talk shows concerning video production in Slovenia.
ID (1999)Pot v X
The song in this video is about different points of view and how everybody should have the opportunity to see things their own way. The video was shot in November 1999. It took a month of preparation and only 4 hours to shoot. It was then edited and was ready to air by the end of the year. Beside the band approximately 100 fans appear in the video. The director of the video wants to remain nameless but states his work with Laibach as his most valuable reference.
Since the first video got huge response from the fans and the media the band decided to work once again with the director of Pot v X. This video is in a way an upgrade of the first one but with a little more postproduction and glamour. The video was shot at an award show for media achievements and includes Siddharta and Vlado Kreslin.
Nord (2001)B Mashina
This is Siddharta’s first script-based video. It shows the eternal battle between good and evil but presented in a rather unusual way. A doctor – also a leading criminal – has a clash of motives. In the end the good overcomes the evil. And a baby is born… The band members participated as side actors in various roles that can be seen in the video. The video was directed by a leading Croatian video director.
The video shows an obsessive affection of the leading actor towards the actress, which brings him to killing. The penalty is death by electric chair. The band – the jurors – observe the execution as the couple is finally reunited after death with tombstones placed side by side. Due to its controversy the video made a significant impact on the Slovene public.
After the enormous success of the video for the song Samo Edini it wasn’t easy to decide what to do next. The band chose one of the most powerful songs on the album and trusted the direction of the video to an upcoming young director Saša Hes. The story shows the band playing the song in a room with the wires connected to another room, where their instruments control a group of dancers. Everything goes well up to a point where the wires of the dancers get tangled up. The only solution is to cut the wires but then chaos happens. The dancers are out of control and they fight the band for freedom.
Silikon Delta (2002)Under Venus
This video is a 3D animation and tells a story about a cyborg/boy trying to get to his cyborg/girl. The girl lives in a self-contained environment – a fort surrounded with deep security gaps. Through a high-tech video-computer system she monitors all outside movement, including the boys’ attempts to get into her fort. He is trying and trying and at last with an incredible inner power he leaps over the fort’s wall and walks into her mansion realizing that now he is locked inside and she is experiencing freedom.
Directed by Petar Pašič, the video for Rave was recorded in Belgrade. The video was a huge success on national charts and was played on MTV within the World Chart Express.
The Insane video is another excellent piece of work by Testtube Productions, a combination of video recordings of the band playing and computer-made background. It took them two months to master the recordings on their computers. The video returned Siddharta to the top of MTV’s World Chart Express and it became the most frequently aired video in Slovenia ever.
The video was shot at the Rh- tour-opening concert at the stadium. It captures the breathtaking grandeur of the overcrowded football stadium.
Yet another Testtube Productions masterpiece, the My Dice video has been rotated on MTV European since its world premiere on 13th September 2004. In a week it swarmed all other important music TV stations across Europe: MTV, Viva and Vh-1.
The first video from the Petrolea album, Plastika (Play With Me) is again a work of the Testtube group. It shows caricatured Amors shooting their love arrows throughout urban areas.
The main message of the video is dominance in every possible way. A combined work of Miloš Radosavljevič, Tomi Horvat and Dafne Jemeršič, it shows the dominance of an athletics coach over his protégées and the domina's domination in an environment completely different.
We have ruined our world and made it impossible for our children to live in it. The video shows Siddharta in their underground laboratory preparing the children for the journey and sending them off into a better future. The video is a critical view on the modern era.
Izštekani (2007)Autumn Sun
A selected combination of shots from the Izštekani show and the Siddharta Marathon, this video captures the essence of the never-before-performed original of the 2002-remixed song Autumn Sun (Silikon Delta). The video is the work of MTV Adria’s own Igor Nardin and Mateja Kavčnik.
Saga (2009)Vojna Idej
Vojna Idej was first in the line of the videos binding together and telling the story of Saga. The video is a combination of live video and breathtaking 3D graphics, a work of the NuFrame team, visualization following the concept by Veto Group. Napalm 3 + Baroko
The peculiarity of the video is in the mere fact that it combines two numbers in one, Napalm 3 and Baroko. The video was directed by Saša Hes and produced by the Amater production house.
SIDDHARTA AWARDSSiddharta have won a series of media achievement awards.
20001. Bumerang award for Breakthrough
2. Zlati petelin award for Best new act
3. Zlati petelin award for Best rock album
4. Zlati petelin award for Best album
5. The Zagreb Art and Design Triennial award for the Id cover
6. Gold record for the Id album
7. Platinum record for the Id album
20011. Zlati petelin award for Best group
2. Gold record for the Nord album
3. Platinum record for the Nord album
20021. Viktor award for Artist of the year
2. Bumerang award for Group of the year
3. Second platinum record for the Nord album
20031. Viktor award for Video of the year (Under Venus)
2. Golden drum award for Rh- limited edition bloodbag packaging design
3. Gold record for the Rh- album
4. Platinum record for the Rh- album
20041. Viktor award for Artist of the year
2. Viktor award for Special Achievements
3. The Slovenian Radio Festival (SRF) award for Best song by radio editors’ choice: Napoj
4. The Grand award of the 13th Slovene Advertising Festival (SOF): the bloodbag design
5. The Magdalena Golden Bra award for creative communications: the bloodbag design
6. The highest possible recognition of sales in Slovenia, a Diamond Record for the Rh- album.
7. The bloodbag design has been entered into the Cresta designer and advertising awards program short-list of finalists.
20051. Viktor award for Artist of the year
2. MTV European Music Award for Best Act
20061. Nomination for the Viktor award in the category of Artist of the year 2005
2. Nomination for the MTV European Music Award in the category of Best Act – MTV Adria 2005
20071. Viktor award for Artist of the year 2006
2. Gold record for the Petrolea album
3. Platinum record for the Petrolea album
20081. Nomination for the Viktor award in the category of Artist of the year 2007
20101. Viktor award for Artist of the year 2009
Siddharta’s songs and videos have been a fixed star on the charts, frequently on the very top.
COOPERATIONSMany people have crossed their paths with Siddharta in the band’s career. Thus they have worked in cooperation with:
• Vlado Kreslin – the Lunanai EP and Vlado’s album Kreslinčice with their remake of Od Višine Se Zvrti;
• Big Foot Mama – Siddharta’s remake of BFM’s Neki Sladkega for the 15th anniversary of BFM;
• Kraftwerk – Siddharta’s remake of Kraftwerk’s The Robots;
• music for the films "Slepilo", "45 Minutes" and the plays "Peter and the Wolf" and "Last Kiss of Livingston" produced by the Anton Podbevšek Theatre;
• music for the demonstrative films by the Slovenian Army;
• music for the web page of world traveller Benka Pulko;
• alpinist Tomaž Humar – quote in B Mashina;
• Dan D – the concocted number Male roke / Voda;
• Vlado Kreslin, Zoran Predin, Peter Lovšin and Grega Skočir - Football Association of Slovenia hymn Dviga Slovenija Zastave;
• Boštjan Gombač and Bojan Cvetrežnik for the Nord and Rh- albums;
• the Pomlad choir in Neznano (Petrolea);
• Rok Golob in arrangements for the Rh- album;
• the RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra and conductor David de Villiers;
• Milko Lazar and Slavko Avsenik Jr in arrangements of the orchestrations for the Stadium concert;
• the string quartet Godalika;
• percussionist Martin Janežič;
• and many others.
DISCOGRAPHY• 1999 ID
• 2000 LUNANAI (EP)
• 2001 NORD
• 2002 SILIKON DELTA
• 2002 SIDDHARTA & SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA RTV SLOVENIJA – Križanke
• 2003 RH-
• 2003 RH- Blood Bag
• 2004 SIDDHARTA & SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA RTV SLOVENIJA – Stadium
• 2005 RAVE EP (International Release)
• 2005 MY DICE EP (International Release)
• 2005 RH- (International Release)
• 2005 RH- Limited Edition (International Release)
• 2006 PETROLEA
• 2007 MALE ROKE (EP)
• 2007 IZŠTEKANI
• 2007 MARATON
• 2008 VOJNA IDEJ (EP)
• 2009 NAPALM 3 (EP)
• 2009 BAROKO (EP)
• 2009 ANGEL DIABOLO (EP)
• 2009 SAGA
• 2010 SAGA (International Release)
• 2011 VI (CD)
• 2011 Stadion Stožice (DVD)