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SCH - During Wartime Album

SCH - During Wartime Album

  • Performer: SCH
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: During Wartime
  • Released: 1989
  • Style: Noise, Experimental, Industrial
  • Label: Not On Label (SCH Self-released)
  • Country: Yugoslavia
  • MP3 version size: 1529 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1409 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 507


1Zbogom (Farewell)4:08
2Fantastična Ljubavna Pjesma No. 7 (Fantastic Love Song)3:34
3Ne Dozvoli Da Zaboravim (Never Let Me Forget)6:38
4The Day When I Was Born6:06
7Partija Naša (Party Of Our)7:49


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneSCH During Wartime ‎(CDr, Album)Not On Label (SCH Self-released)noneBosnia & HerzegovinaUnknown


  • Bass Guitar [Uncredited], Other [Financial Support]Petar Erak
  • DesignAmra Zulfikarpašić
  • Drums [Uncredited]Zlaya Hadzich
  • Edited BySCH
  • Guitar [Uncredited], Other [Financial Support], Vocals [Uncredited], Bass [Uncredited]Teno
  • Other [Financial Support] – Adnan Šćeta, Šestan Von Šestan
  • Saxophone [Uncredited], Other [Financial Support]Goran Obradović
  • Vocals [Introductory Vocal Tune]Martin Abma (tracks: A1)
  • Voice [Female]Lily (tracks: B1)


Music was composed in October 1988, except "Master" composed in January 1989 and FLJP7 composed in July 1988. Recorded in Summer 1989, pressed at Jugoton in November 1989.


  • Matrix / Runout (A): ULP 2606 A 091189 SB
  • Matrix / Runout (B): ULP 2606 B 091189 SB


  • Pressed By – Jugoton – ULP 2606



from SCH official website:
"The material that makes up During Wartime, released on the Jugoton label in 1989, was produced the previous spring. This record is testimony to the band's maturing development after five years of existence under the most abnormal of social conditions (where only part of the audience was OK), at a time when it became necessary to lay the first foundations for underground culture in Sarajevo and Bosnia. The very fact that the quality of the recorded sound was not at a satisfactory level speaks of the difficult conditions in which the band operated - while striving to retain its uncompromising and independent status.
During Wartime addresses the eternal relationship between totalitarianism and democracy, humanism and fanaticism, leaders and their subjects, the fascinating rapture of the "manipulated", elitism… A number of the tracks create/depict the atmosphere of the anticipated urban war to come. The power of the sound surprises to this day, as do the strength and compactness of the compositions, the "density" of the recorded material.
Both in its title and content, During Wartime politically proclaims the coming of tumultuous political tremors that were to culminate in the destructive war, the logical result of the years of moral disintegration of the country's principal social and cultural determinants. Uniquely within their culture, SCH answered the call of the times - precisely, in a fatally clean and crystal clear way. Of destruction constructively. Of disharmony harmonically.
In the political aesthetic sense, SCH fused the two categories and proved that this magical duality was, really, one of the most significant themes that art could and should deal in."