Balkan (album)

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Balkan
Studio album by Seka Aleksić
Released December 2003
Recorded Studio "XXL", Belgrade, Serbia
Genre Dance, Pop, turbo folk
Length 00:45:23
Label Grand Production
Producer Dejan Abadić
Seka Aleksić chronology
Idealno tvoja
(2002)
Balkan
(2003)
Dođi i uzmi me
(2005)

Balkan is the second studio album by Bosnian Serb[1] singer Seka Aleksić. It was released in 2003.[2]

The album is named after the Balkan mountains.

Balkan contains a few hit songs: "Crno i zlatno" (Black and Gold), "Šta je bilo, bilo je" (What Happened, Happened), "Idi lepi moj" (Go, My Lovely), "Jedna više" (One More), "Oči plave boje" (Blue Eyes) and the title track.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Crno i zlatno (Black and Gold)
  2. Ne ostavljaj me samu (Do Not Leave Me Alone)
  3. Oči plave boje (Blue Eyes)
  4. K'o da sutra ne postoji (As If Tomorrow Doesn't Exist)
  5. Jedna više (One More)
  6. Idi lepi moj (Go, My Lovely)
  7. Balkan
  8. Šta je bilo, bilo je (What Happened, Happened)
  9. Dan od života (A Day of Life)
  10. Dim srca mog (Smoke of my Heart)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Seka Aleksić: Ne stidim se svoje majke i nisam Zuhra". Novosti. 11 January 2013. Retrieved 9 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "Balkan". Discogs. Retrieved 5 October 2012.