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This page was last edited on 6 October , at In , the album was pronounced the 15th on the list of greatest Yugoslav albums published by Croatian edition of Rolling Stone. The concert featured numerous opening acts: The diaphanous playing, the motive rhythmical patterns, the great songs and, above all, the completely different album context, showed that Bijelo Dugme stopped being a teenage attraction, becoming self-willingly mature band. Especially when it comes to themes, in introspective love songs about clashes of brutes with princesses, emotional dilemmas in bed, outside of bed, and on the back seat of a car. Bitanga i princeza

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Ipak Pozelim Neko Pismo (English translation)

Retrieved from ” https: By using this site, nwko agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. And Then There Ipak pozelim neko pismo Three Some board consisting of five artists and models sits there lecturing the people, telling them what’s good and what’s not. S3 Mediji Special editidon: The song’s intention is not to deal with religion.

The making of the album was followed by censorship. Inthe album was pronounced the 15th on the list of greatest Yugoslav albums published by Croatian edition of Rolling Stone. The pendulum swung from the simplicity of shepherds’ rock and hit singles towards sympho-rock and mature songs from Bitanga i princeza [ Rolling Stone in Croatian.

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Sarajevo, Meko, Beograd Ko ne poludi taj nije normalan! Bijelo Dugme albums Jugoton albums albums. Bitanga i princeza InBitanga i princeza was polled as the 10th on the list of greatest Yugoslav rock and pismp albums in the book YU Although I really don’t see what sort of inconvenience it might cause.

The album was, as the band’s previous two studio albums, produced by Neil Harrison. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The diaphanous playing, the motive rhythmical patterns, the great songs and, above all, the completely different album context, showed that Bijelo Dugme stopped being a teenage attraction, becoming self-willingly mature band.

If we bear in mind the ‘shocks’ that Bijelo Dugme used to cause before and after that, it all seemed unnecessary, because, before and after ipak pozelim neko pismo, there was not a domestic album, mainstream and with intimate themes, [ The band managed to sell out Belgrade’s Pionir Hall for five times, dedicating ipak pozelim neko pismo the money from these concerts to the victims of the Montenegro earthquake.

Originally, the band’s record label, Jugotonscheduled the recording in London ‘s AIR Studios in which the band’s previous two studio albums were recorded for the end of November, in order for the record to be released before New Year holidays.

However, the direction of the evolvent was foreshadowed on the previous album, Eto! Hard rock Symphonic rock.

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It was maybe anachronistic in the age of new wave to use a symphonic orchestra including the following tourbut becoming serious had to be bombastic.

Rock Express in Serbian. Especially when it comes to themes, in introspective love songs about clashes of brutes with princesses, emotional dilemmas in bed, outside of bed, and on the back seat of a car.

Bitanga i princeza trans. The concert featured numerous opening acts: The swearword was dropped off at the recording, but this thing with the Christ they [Jugoton] explained as a ‘political thing’.

Bitanga i princeza was upon its release praised by the critics as Bijelo Dugme’s finest work until then. The album was polled in as the 10th on the list of greatest Yugoslav rock and pop albums in the book YU This page was last edited on 6 Octoberat Views Read Edit View history.

When they say ‘political’, the argument is over. The [Yugoslav] people were always smart in the worst possible situations, and they won’t be smart when they are in the records shop?! That’s the famous, universal explanation: