Dum Dum (album)

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Dum Dum
Studio album by Ekatarina Velika
Released 1991
Recorded spring 1991, "M" Studio, Radio Novi Sad
Genre Alternative rock
Label PGP RTB
Producer Theodore Yanni
Đorđe Petrović
Ekatarina Velika chronology
Samo par godina za nas
(1989)
Dum Dum
(1991)
Neko nas posmatra
(1993)

Dum Dum is the sixth studio album by the Serbian rock band Ekatarina Velika, released in 1991. Srdjan "Žika" Todorović was here replaced by Marko Milivojević (ex Morbidi, U Škripcu), who remained the band's drummer till the end. It is the only EKV album written entirely by Milan Mladenović.

The album reflects the political climate in Yugoslavia at the beginning of the '90s, and it is generally considered to be the darkest record EKV has made. The album was produced by Theodore Yanni and Đorđe Petrović. The guest stars were Mitar "Suba" Subotić, and Tanja Jovićević (backing vocals).

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Milan Mladenović, all music composed by Milan Mladenović, arrangements by Ekatarina Velika.

No. Title Length
1. "Dum Dum (Bang Bang)"   3:36
2. "Siguran (Secure)"   4:44
3. "Odgovor (The Answer)"   4:26
4. "Karavan (Caravan)"   3:57
5. "Idemo (Let's Go)"   4:05
6. "Zabranjujem (I Forbid)"   3:56
7. "Glad (Hunger)"   3:27
8. "Bledo (Pale)"   4:18
9. "Hladan (Cold)"   3:01
10. "Dolce Vita"   4:16

Personnel[edit]

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