Ljubljana–Zagreb–Beograd

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Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd
Live album by Laibach
Released June 7, 1993
Recorded 1982
Genre Industrial
Length 69:38
Label Grey Area
Laibach chronology
Kapital
(1992)
Ljubljana-Zagreb-Beograd
(1993)
NATO
(1994)

Ljubljana–Zagreb–Beograd, released in 1993, is an album by Slovenian industrial group Laibach, recorded in 1982. It is named after three capitals of three former Yugoslav republics - Ljubljana (Slovenia), Zagreb (Croatia) and Beograd (Belgrade) (Serbia). It is predominantly a live album. The cover features Tomaž Hostnik, who committed suicide in 1982, the bleeding comes from a bottle thrown at him at that night's show.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Intro" (live) – :32
  2. "Unsere Geschichte" (live) (Laibach) – 1:08
  3. "Rdeči molk (Red Silence)" (live) (Laibach) – 1:46
  4. "Siemens" (Laibach) – 6:14
  5. "Smrt za smrt (Death for Death)" (live) (Laibach) – 3:26
  6. "Država (The State)" (live) (Laibach) – 6:13
  7. "Zavedali so se — Poparjen je odšel I
    (They Have Been Aware — Scalded He Left I)" (live) (Laibach) – 1:52
  8. "Delo in disciplina (Work and Discipline)" (live) (Laibach) – 3:51
  9. "Tito-Tito" (live) (Zequinha Abreu) – 2:12
  10. "Ostati zvesti naši preteklošti — Poparjen je odšel II
    (To Stay Faithful To Our Past — Scalded He Left II)" (live) (Laibach) – 3:25
  11. "Tovarna C19 (Factory C19)" (live) (Laibach) – 2:06
  12. "STT (Machine Factory Trbovlje)" (live) (Laibach) – :31
  13. "Sveti Urh (Saint Urch)" (live) (Laibach) – 2:01
  14. "Država (The State)" (Studio Version) (Laibach) – 4:52
  15. "Cari amici soldati/Jaruzelski/Država/Svoboda
    (Dear Soldier Friends/Jaruzelski/The State/Freedom)" (Laibach) – 29:29