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In 1978, on suggestion of Bajagić's former bandmate Rajko Kojić, Bajagić was invited to join Riblja Čorba as rhytm guitarist. Bajagić recorded five albums with the band and wrote songs "Ja sam se ložio na tebe", "Baby, Baby I Don't Wanna Cry", "Muzičari koji piju" and "Kad hodaš".
During his work with Riblja Čorba Bajagić wrote a number of humorous pop-rock songs which did not fit into the band's hard rock sound and decided to release a solo album. He recorded album Pozitivna geografija ("Positive Geography") with musicians which will later become members of his band Bajaga i Instruktori: vocalist Dejan Cukić (a former Dizel, Tilt and Bulevar member), bass guitarist Miroslav "Cvele" Cvetković (a former Tilt, Pop Mašina and Papatra member), guitarist Nenad Stamtović (a former Tilt, Zebra, Suncokret and Bulevar member), drummer Vladimir Golubović (a former Tilt, Suncokret and Riblja Čorba member) and Bajagić's former bandmate from Ofi (and a former Mačori member) vocalsit Žika Milenković. Album was produced by Kornelije Kovač. Album was released at the end of January 1984 bringing hits "Limene trube", "Tekila-gerila", "Mali slonovi", "Marlena", "Pustite me, druže". Although released as Bajagić's solo album, Pozitivna geografija was later included in Bajaga i Instruktori official discography, as it featured future Bajaga i Instruktori members. Bajagić and the musicians that were involved in album recording performed in Kulušić club in Zagreb on April 12 1984, and on April 21 in Dom sindikata in Belgrade, appearing as Bajaga i Instruktori ("Bajaga and the Instructors") for the first time.
At the time of album recording Bajagić wanted to remain a member of Riblja Čorba, but popularity of his songs caused conflicts inside the band. In July 1984 Bajagić left Riblja Čorba and started a tour with Bajaga i Instruktori.
Bajaga i Instruktori
Main article: Bajaga i Instruktori
Led by Bajagić, Bajaga i Instruktori became one of the most successful and influential rock bands of the former Yugoslav and Serbian rock scene. Their string of albums and awards in the mid-to-late 1980s rounded out the golden age of Yugoslav rock and placed them at the very top of the former Yugoslav rock scene, alongside other mega-selling bands such as Bijelo Dugme and Riblja Čorba. The band recorded seven studio albums (including Pozitivna geografija).
Bajagić has released two solo albums, both featuring soundtracks written by Bajagić: Ni na nebu ni na zemlji and Profesionalac - Muzika iz filma.
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