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you forgot folk pop

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this BTW is a balkan cultural influence in my country hehe

this is however Serbian influenced folk song , you got had there.

This would be examples of Croatian turbo-folk, that is trash music with influence of Croatian folk

[flash=200,200]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHmVVsOvhqg[/flash]

[flash=200,200]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dx6BfFHTnM[/flash]

[flash=200,200]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHSSY-hp3KQ[/flash]

[flash=200,200]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYBVxRrM7i4&feature=related[/flash]

I would say yugoslavian influenced not serbian.believe it or not, many singers here have translated some of these songs and they are not unpopular, especially among working class members.

The song you posted sings Croatian singer, but to be honest it is turbo-folk.

Serbs invented turbofolk, and folk part in these kind of song you posted is Serbian.

Croatians dont have turbofolk since it is Serbian creation, so i posted some music which could be considered Croatian tubo-folk,  since folk part is Croatian.

Its not Yugoslavian, its Serbian by origin, and has nothing to do with Croatian culture, or Croatian Folk.

Well possibly yes, its origins are from Serbia.

bTW here is an example of Greek turbo-folk like song

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