|Years active||1997–2003, 2005-present|
|Current members||Nikola Perevski - Pere|
Nokaut are a Macedonian pop group founded in the 1997 by Nikola Perevski (vocals) and Darko Dimitrov (Producer). Later Kiril Kolemiševski (vocals), Aco Bogdanovski (percussion) and Vladimir Krstevski (guitar) joined the group.
The term Nokaut is a Macedonian word that means 'knockout' in English. The band were quite popular in Macedonia during the late 1990s, and released two albums: self-titled Nokaut (1997) and Do Posleden Zdiv (2001).
Their biggest hits include "ABC" (Macedonian language cover version of "ABC" by The Jackson 5), "HI-FI" (Macedonian cover version of "C'est La Vie" by Robbie Nevil), and "Vremenska Mashina" (cover of "September" by Earth, Wind & Fire).
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