Riblja orba played most of the songs which would be released on their first album. In February 1987, they released their ninth studio album, ( Soul Bite ). The next Riblja orba album ( Farewell, Serbia released in 1993, was not very successful either. Mrtva priroda (1981 buvlja pijaca (1982 veeras vas zabavljaju muziari koji piju (1984).
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Mid 1980s: The crisis and decline in popularity, lineup change and comeback At the end of 1983, Riblja orba represented Yugoslavia on an international youth festival. In 1987, orevi was indicted for "disturbing the public when he red his poems on 's anniversary celebration. The band's debut, self-titled album, released in 1997 and featuring guest appearance by Rajko Koji (which was his last recording was, mostly due to lyrics, panned by the critics.
The band went on a summer break. The recording of the concert was released during the following year on the live/video album entitled ( No One Has This Kind of People! Bajagi, however, insisted that Koji remains a member, so orevi and Aleksi changed their decision. In November 1999, Riblja orba released ( produced by Aleksi and Mia Popovi. He was recommended by Koji, who previously played with Bajagi in the band Glogov Kolac (. The song "Gde si" Where Are You was composed by Momilo Bajagi, who also made a guest appearance on the song. However, the final number of copies sold was 250,000, which was less than expected by the band and the record company.