Marika Gombitová discography

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Marika Gombitová discography
Releases
Studio albums 14
Compilation albums 15
EPs 1
Singles 24
B-sides 19
Video albums 1
Music videos 42
Soundtracks 3
Export albums 4
Limited editions 1
Other appearances 37
Unreleased songs 28

Slovak recording artist Marika Gombitová entered the music industry in 1975 by recording promotional compositions entitled "Karta" and "Nájdem hviezdu" for SRo Košice. Prior to that, she performed with local bands such as Profily (1971–73) and the orchestras of Juraj Szabadoš, respectively of Július Olajoš (1974–75). Following an offer to become a member of Ján Lehotský's ensemble, she joined Modus in 1976 as their only female vocalist. Simultaneously with staging for the group, Gombitová recorded a number of tracks as soloist; among others also "Čo má rieka" and "Deň ako z pohľadnice". Eventually, "Boľavé námestie" was released as her own debut single issued on OPUS Records in 1977.[1]

Her solo breakthrough came along with the second single release "Študentská láska." The song won two awards at the Bratislavská lýra,[2] being classified as the most selling SP in Slovakia in July 1978.[3] By the end of next year, Gombitová issued a debut album called Dievča do dažďa (1979), of which total sale surpassed 200,000 copies.[4] In addition, the set would be ranked in a critics' survey published by Nový čas as the 20th Best Slovak Album of All Time.[5] Furthermore, the album's lead single "Vyznanie," received several music awards, including a prize at the 4th Intervision Song Festival in Sopot, Poland in 1980.[6] Regrettably on December 1, 1980, shortly before launching her second set Môj malý príbeh, singer sustained serious injuries upon her return from a concert. After her partial recovery, she successfully returned to the studios and continued in publishing a new material; though, as a physically disabled artist since 1981.[7]

Until now, Gombitová released ten studio albums, including one double set — Dievča do dažďa (1979), Môj malý príbeh (1981), Slnečný kalendár (1982), Mince na dne fontán (1983), Marika №5 (1984), Voľné miesto v srdci (1986), Ateliér duše (1987), Kam idú ľudia? (1990) and Zostaň (1994). Each of them on OPUS, with exception of her final record issued by H&V Jumbo Records. Along with Modus, Gombitová recorded four album releases — Modus (1979), Balíček snov (1980), 99 zápaliek (1981) and Záhradná kaviareň (1983). She also participated on the Collegium Musicum's art rock project On a Ona (1979), as well as contributed to three original soundtracks — Smoliari (1979), Neberte nám princeznú (1980) and Tisícročná včela (1983). Her retrospective compilations consist of nine collections, of which two are double sets — Moje najmilšie (1985), Polnočné otázky: 16 Naj 1984–1993 (1993), The Best of the Best (1998), Gold (2005), Vyznanie (2007), Na Bratislavskej Lýre (2008) and Duetá (2010). Apart from four export releases, her discography also features EP Slávnosť úprimných slov (1987), video album Ateliér duše (1987), and twenty-four commercial singles in total.[8][9]

One of the singer's earliest and unreleased songs by now, co-written by Peter Nagy.

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According to ČNS IFPI, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry for the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Marika Gombitová demonstrably sold at least one million vinyl albums.[10][11]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Top positions Sales Certifications
Charts GSA
[5]
SK[12] CZ[13]
1979 Dievča do dažďa 20 N/A
1981 Môj malý príbeh
  • Label: OPUS (#9113 1149)[15]
  • Format: LP, CD, CC
N/A
1982 Slnečný kalendár
  • Label: OPUS (#9113 1259)[16]
  • Format: LP, CD, CC
49 N/A
1983 Mince na dne fontán
  • Label: OPUS (#9113 1354/5)[17]
  • Format: 2LP, 2CD, 2CC
30
1984 Marika №5
  • Label: OPUS (#9113 1562)[19]
  • Format: LP, CD, CC
75 N/A
1986 Voľné miesto v srdci
  • Label: OPUS (#9113 1731)[20]
  • Format: LP, CD, CC
66 N/A
1987 Ateliér duše
  • Label: OPUS (#9313 1915)[21]
  • Format: LP, CD, CC
8 43 N/A
1990 Kam idú ľudia?
  • Label: OPUS (#9353 2214)[22]
  • Format: LP, CD, CC
N/A
1994 Zostaň
  • Label: Jumbo (#0025 2311)[23]
  • Format: CD, CC
15 N/A
with Modus
1979 Modus[A]
  • Label: OPUS (#9116 0856)[24]
  • Format: LP, CD, CC
41 N/A
1980 Balíček snov[A]
  • Label: OPUS (#9116 0999)[25]
  • Format: LP, CD, CC
N/A
1981 99 zápaliek[A]
  • Label: OPUS (#9113 1215)[26]
  • Format: LP, CD, CC
37 N/A
1983 Záhradná kaviareň[A]
  • Label: OPUS (#9113 1346)[27]
  • Format: LP, CD, CC
N/A
"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released in that region.

Compilations[edit]

Year Album details Top positions Sales Certifications
Charts GSA
[5]
SK[12] CZ[13]
1985 Moje najmilšie
  • Label: OPUS (#9113 1599)[28]
  • Format: LP, CD, CC
N/A
1993 Polnočné otázky: 16 Naj 1984–1993
  • Label: OPUS (#91 2410)[29]
  • Format: CD, CC
N/A
1998 The Best of the Best
  • Label: Open (#0065-2312)[30]
  • Format: 2CD
N/A
2005 Gold
  • Label: OPUS (#91 2701)[31]
  • Format: CD
15
  • SK: 28,000[4]
2007 Vyznanie
  • Label: OPUS (#91 2784)[34]
  • Format: 2CD
23
  • SK: 12,000[4]
2010 Duetá
  • Label: OPUS (#91 2825)[36]
  • Format: CD
N/A
with Modus
1987 Zrkadlo rokov
  • Label: OPUS (#9113 1867)[37]
  • Format: LP, CC
N/A
1995 The Best of 1977–1988: Vol 1
  • Label: Open (#0033 2312)[38]
  • Format: 2CD
N/A
1998 The Best of 1979–1988: Vol 2
  • Label: Open (#0064 2312)[39]
  • Format: 2CD
N/A
Úsmev N/A
2005 Gold
  • Label: OPUS (#91 2708)[41]
  • Format: CD
N/A
"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released in that region.

Soundtracks[edit]

Year Album details Top positions Sales Certifications
Charts GSA
[5]
SK[12] CZ[13]
1979 Smoliari[B]
  • Label: OPUS (#9116 0743)[42]
  • Format: LP, CD
N/A
2001 Neberte nám princeznú[B]
  • Label: BMG (#74321 90447)[43]
  • Format: CD
27
2003 V obrazech II by Petr Hapka
  • Label: B&M (#981 574-8)[44]
  • Format: CD
22 N/A
"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released in that region.

Limited editions[edit]

Year Album details Notes
2008 Na Bratislavskej Lýre
  • Label: OPUS (#91 0016)[45]
  • Format: CD
  • Ten track compilation issued at the occasion of the 1st anniversary of Žurnál weekly, featuring a live version of "Cukráreň na dlani námestia" from 1985.[46]

Export albums[edit]

Year Album details Notes
1981 Rainy Day Girl
1984 My Friend the Tree
  • Label: OPUS (#9113 1586)[49]
  • Format: LP, CC, download
  • English version of her fourth studio album from 1983, available only on LP and CC. The original release consisted of two albums, though.[50]
1985 Marika №5
  • Label: OPUS (#9113 1624)[51]
  • Format: LP, CC, download
  • English version of her fifth studio album of the same name from 1984. However, the export release is available only on LP and CC until now.[52]
with Modus
1980 Modus[A]
  • Label: OPUS (#9113 0974)[53]
  • Format: LP, CD, CC
Notes

Extended plays[edit]

Year EP details Notes
1987 Slávnosť úprimných slov[C]
Notes
  • C ^ Tracks performed by Gombitová were in addition available also on CD as bonus tracks of Ateliér duše 2004 re-release (#91 2561).[58]

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Year Single details Catalogue Charts Album Label
SK[3] CZ
1977 "Boľavé námestie" #9143 0446[59] non-album single OPUS
1978 "Študentská láska" #9143 0470[60] 1 OPUS '78
#S-308[61] Tonpress
1979 "Vyznanie" #9143 0500[62] Dievča do dažďa OPUS
1980 "Kufor a šál" featuring Ján Lehotský #9143 0521[63]
"Domy na zbúranie"[D] featuring Modus #9143 0522[64] OPUS '79
"Svet stromov" #9143 0528[65] Môj malý príbeh
"Cirkusový kôň" #9143 0539[66]
1981 "Chcem sa s tebou deliť" #9143 0545[67] Sopot 80 Wifon
1982 "Srdcia dievčat" #9143 0561[68] Slnečný kalendár OPUS
1986 "Nenápadná"[E] #9143 0664[69] 3 non-album single
1989 "Tváre pred zrkadlom"/"Ave Mária" #9143 0739[70] 2
1994 "Peklo milencov" #0023 3331[71] Zostaň Jumbo
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released in that region.

As featured artist[edit]

Year Single details Catalogue Charts Album Label
SK[3] CZ
1977 "Veľký sen mora"[F] with Modus #9143 0438[72] non-album single OPUS
"Margaréta"[F] with Modus #9143 0439[73]
"Úsmev" with Modus #9143 0440[74] OPUS '77
"Zažni"[F] with Miroslav Žbirka #9143 0441[75] non-album single
"Stará láska"[F] with Modus #9143 04[57][76]
"Letná láska"[F] with Modus and Žbirka #9143 0450[77] OPUS '78
"Známy tón"[F] with Modus and Žbirka #9143 0461[78] non-album single
1978 "Dievčatá"[F] with Modus and Žbirka #9143 0471[79] OPUS '78
1980 "Mágovo číslo"[F] with Modus #9143 0540[80] non-album single
1983 "Záhradná kaviareň" with Modus #9143 0595[81] Záhradná kaviareň
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released in that region.

Other charted songs[edit]

Year Single details Charts Album Label
SK CZ
50
[82]
100
[83]
50
[84]
100
[85]
2005 "Tajnosľubná" with Žbirka 35 Dúhy[G] Universal
2007 "Tak som chcela všetkých milovať"[H] 20 63 Vyznanie OPUS
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released in that region.
Notes
  • D ^ Initially, the work was credited to Gombitová herself on the VA compilation OPUS '79 (#9113 0816).[86]
  • E ^ "Nenápadná" was classified as the fourth most selling SP on Top 5 of the Slovak Year End Chart in 1987.[87]
  • F ^ Denotes a single with featuring only her background vocals.[57]
  • G ^ Žbirka's album Dúhy charted in 2005 at #12 on the Czech Albums chart.[88]
  • H ^ "Tak som chcela všetkých milovať" was issued only as a promotional single as the Gombitová's final work by now. In 2008, the composition was in addition remixed by Jarek Šimek.

Other appearances[edit]

Year Song Notes
1976 "Zo všetkých slov" with Modus
  • Appears on CD 99 zápaliek: Komplet 4 by Modus (#45 5361) released in 2000 on Sony/Bonton, featuring only her background vocals.[89]
"Ty vieš, mama"
"Záhadná" with Modus and Žbirka
  • Appears on B-side of "Margaréta" single from 1977, featuring only her background vocals.[57]
1977 "Preteky s láskou" with Modus
  • Appears on B-side of "Veľký sen mora" single, featuring only her background vocals.[57]
"Správa o ľuďoch" with Modus and Žbirka
  • Appears on B-side of "Zažni" single, featuring only her background vocals.[57]
"Deň ako z pohľadnice"
  • Appears on B-side of Modus' single "Úsmev". In 1978, both songs were released on a VA compilation OPUS '77 (#9113 0605).[91] Gombitová's track was issued on CD on the re-release of Dievča do dažďa (#49 7691) in 2000,[90] respectively in 2007 on her 2CD Vyznanie.[34]
"Drahá" with Modus and Žbirka
  • Appears on B-side of "Známy tón" single. In 1979, issued on VA vinyl compilation OPUS '78 (OPUS #9113 0692).[92]
"S tou nádejou choď spať" with Lehotský
  • Appears on CD compilation Duetá (#91 2825), released in 2010 on OPUS.[36]
1978 "Čím viac máš" with Modus and Žbirka
  • Appears on B-side of "Dievčatá" single, featuring only her background vocals.[57]
"Deň" with TOČR
  • Appears only on VA vinyl album Mladá pieseň on OPUS (#9116 0579).[93]
"Luk a šíp" with VV Systém
"Zimná pieseň" with Taktici
  • Both tracks appear on VA vinyl album Diskotéka OPUSu 2 (#9116 0667),[96] on CD released in 2002 on the re-issue of Slnečný kalendár album (#50 7832) on Sony/Bonton.[97]
"Letná pieseň" with Taktici
"Studentenliebe"
  • German version of "Študentská láska". Appears on VA compilation Internationales Schlagerfestival Dresden '78 (#855 625), issued by Amiga in GDR.[98]
1979 "Nobelova cena za lásku" with Pavol Hammel
"Amori" with Ľudovít Nosko
"Rozhodnutia II" with Nosko
"Mášmarád"
"Prstienky z trávy"
  • Appears on VA vinyl album Diskotéka OPUSu 3 (#9113 0873).[100] On CD issued on the 2002 re-release of Slnečný kalendár (#50 7832) on Sony/Bonton,[97] respectively on her 2CD Vyznanie in 2007.[34]
"Študentská láska" (Big beat version) with Vivat
  • Appears exclusively on VA vinyl compilation Technoexport Bratislava: 10.výročie (#9113 0926), released by OPUS.[101]
"Ružový smútok"
  • Appears on VA vinyl Diskotéka OPUSu 4 (#9116 0935),[102] on CD issued in 2002 on the re-release of Slnečný kalendár (#50 7832) on Sony/Bonton.[97]
1980 "Včielka" with VV Systém
  • A cover version of the Gloria Gaynor's UK hit (#44 from August 1975[103]) appears only on VA vinyl compilation Diskotéka OPUSu 5 (#9113 0959).[104]
"V slepých uličkách" with Žbirka
"Chcem sa s tebou deliť" (Live)
1981 "Výmeny"
1983 "Čas zelených zrkadiel"
1986 "Mami, mami"
1990 "Zem menom láska" (Live)
  • Appears on double album Nežná revolúcia (OPUS #9017 2240/41), recorded live on November 24, 1989.[109]
"Ži a nechaj žiť" (Live)
1997 "Domy na zbúranie" (Vital Remix)
"V období dažďa" (Drumatic Remix)
2000 "Prosba"
  • Appears on CD compilation 100 let české a slovenské písničky 3, released by Sony/Bonton in 2001 (#50 2371)[111] as the first track written solely by herself.[112]
2001 "Nespáľme to krásne v nás" with Žbirka
2008 "Chlapci v pasci" (Jarek Šimek Remix)
  • Both songs remixed by Jaroslav Šimek were released as free-download singles. (In addition, Šimek also remixed "Tak som chcela všetkých milovať").[114]
"V období dažďa" (Jarek Šimek Remix)
2011 "Tak si so mnou opakuj" (Shino Vano Remix)
  • A download single remixed by Shino Vano, featuring on his project Risk Of Deafness Vol.7[115]
2012 "Vianočný popevok" (Saluberrimae Remix)
  • A DJ single remixed by Saluberrimae.[116]
Notes

Unreleased songs[edit]

Year Song Notes
1975 "Karta"
  • Compositions by unknown writers recorded for the SRo Košice archive[118]
"Nájdem hviezdu"
1976 "Lúčenie"
"Túto pieseň spievam vám"
  • A song by Lehotský and Alexander Karšay also recorded live for Chvíľa pre pesničku.[118]
"Skúšam nájsť"
  • A song by unknown writers recorded for SRo.[118]
1977 "Nebuď sám" with TOČR
  • A song by Igor Bázlik and Ján Štrasser recorded for SRo.[118]
"Vdýchni lásku písmenám"
  • A song by František Slavkovský and Vlasta Brezovská recorded for SRo.[118]
"Čo má rieka"
  • A song by Lehotský and Karšay recorded for STV's Kde lúčne ticho nájsť.[118]
"Ostrov v prúde"
  • Compositions by Karol Witz and Peter Nagy recorded for SRo Košice.[118]
"Rýchly spád"
1978 "A ja, taká dzivočka" with Bezinky
"Každá žena klame svojho manžela"
  • A song by Bázlik and Tomáš Janovic recorded for STV's Móda nevyjde z módy.[118]
"Mozartov koncert"
"Žena je váza"
  • Ali Brezovský and Štrasser also recorded for Móda nevyjde z módy.[118]
"Náhodou"[I]
  • A song by Ivan Horváth and Alojz Čobej recorded for SRo.[118]
"Trojka"
  • A Russian folk song, co-written by Ladislav Luknár, also recorded for SRo.[118]
1979 "Každej sa ten vlastný páči" with Zora Kolínska and Marcela Laiferová
  • A song by Karol Elbert and Ivan Krajíček recorded for STV's Kytica k sviatku.[118]
"Mám čas"
  • A song co-written by Krajíček also for Kytica k sviatku.[118]
1980 "Klietka so zlatom"
  • A song co-written by Kamil Peteraj.[118]
1983 "Píseň" (Film version)
"Bosá láska"
  • Compositions co-written by Peteraj, probably from 1983.[118]
"September"
1985 "Koncert našej lásky" with Fermáta and Róbert Grigorov
  • A song written by herself and Peteraj for STV's movie Obyčajný deň.[118]
1987 "Hrajme píseň" with Karel Gott, Josef Laufer and Věra Galatíková
"Pa a Pi"
  • Compositions written by Karel Svoboda along with Peteraj for the STV's miniseries Pa a Pi.[118]
"Líška"
"Pani Ježková"
1992 "Tichá noc" with Peter Dvorský
  • A christmas carol performed live on the VA concert Úsmev ako dar, featuring piano by Marián Lapšanský. Broadcast by STV.[119]
Notes
  • I ^ While authors of her Czech biography from 2008 credited "Náhodou" to be written by Ivan Horváth and Alojz Čobej,[118] according to the Oskar Lehotský study the song was composed by his namesake Ján Lehotský.[120]

Videos[edit]

Video albums[edit]

Year Video album details Notes
1987 Ateliér duše

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Director[123] Album
1976 "Túto pieseň spievam vám" N/A non-album song
"Lúčenie" N/A
"Ty vieš, mama" N/A
"Veľký sen mora" with Modus Karol Strážnický
"Záhadná" with Modus and Žbirka Ján Roháč
1977 "Zažni"[J] with Modus and Žbirka
1978 "Letná pieseň" N/A Diskotéka OPUSu 2
"S tou nádejou choď spať" with Lehotský Roháč non-album song
1980 "Vyznanie" N/A Dievča do dažďa
"Neprichádzaš" Lehotský Jozef Novan Balíček snov
"V slepých uličkách" with Žbirka N/A Doktor Sen
1982 "Tridsať stupňov v tieni" Pavol Povoda Slnečný kalendár
"Prelietavý"
"Tichá dohoda" with Lehotský
"Územie zázrakov" Ervín Očenáš
"Deň veľkých nádejí" N/A
1983 "Muž Nula" Jozef Kaiser Mince na dne fontán
"Školská lavica"
1984 "Zem menom láska" Marika №5
1985 "Zem menom láska" (Live) Juraj Lihosit
"Crazy (Live)"
"Príbeh obrazovky" (Live)
"Vernisáž" (Live)
"Správne dievčatá (Live)" Voľné miesto v srdci
"Adresa ja, adresa ty" (Live)
"Správne dievčatá" Juraj Takáč
1986 "Prípad pre rodičov" Kaiser
"Chlapci v pasci" Martin Valent
"Voľné miesto v srdci"
"Konkurz na najkrajšiu dvojicu" N/A
"Koncert našej lásky" with Grigorov Ľubomír Kocka non-album song
1987 "Nenápadná" Kaiser
"Ateliér duše" Ladislav Kaboš Ateliér duše
"Malá smutná baletka"
"Mačací flám"
"V období dažďa"
"Koloseum"
"Tak si so mnou opakuj"
"Cirkusový kôň" Môj malý príbeh
1988 "The Carnival of Burning Dolls" N/A Marika №5 (Export)
1990 "Babylónia" Peter Sedlák Kam idú ľudia?
1995 "Paradiso" Katarína Ďurovičová Zostaň
Notes

J ^ Denotes a music video with featuring only her background vocals.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ Lehotský 2008a, pp. 18–19.
  2. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 60.
  3. ^ a b c For peak chart position of Gombitová's singles in Slovakia, use a link depending on a single release.
  4. ^ a b c d e For sales of Gombitová's album releases in Slovakia, review a link depending on a release:
  5. ^ a b c d For ranking Gombitová's and Modus' album releases as classified in the 100 Greatest Slovak Albums of All Time list published by Nový čas in 2007, see the newspaper's link, respectively Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 337.
  6. ^ Waschko, Roman (1980-09-06). "Finn Singer Triumphant At Sopot Contest". Billboard (Nielsen Business Media). p. 65. Retrieved 2011-04-05. 
  7. ^ Lehotský 2008a, p. 25.
  8. ^ To review solo discography of Gombitová, use one of her general links.
  9. ^ For the singer's releases recorded in collaboration with Modus, check the band's general link.
  10. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, pp. 11, 422–423.
  11. ^ "Marika Gombitová Recorded A New Single". Slovak News Agency (in Slovak). SITA. 2007-09-22. dnes.atlas.sk. Retrieved 2011-04-20. 
  12. ^ a b c For peak chart position of Gombitová's albums in Slovakia, use a link depending on an album release.
  13. ^ a b c For peak chart position of Gombitová's albums in the Czech Republic, use a link depending on an album release.
  14. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1979). Dievča do dažďa (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9116 0858. 
  15. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1981). Môj malý príbeh (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 1149. 
  16. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1982). Slnečný kalendár (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 1259. 
  17. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1983). Mince na dne fontán (Liner Notes) (Double Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 1354/5. 
  18. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, pp. 154, 422.
  19. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1984). Marika №5 (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 1562. 
  20. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1986). Voľné miesto v srdci (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 1731. 
  21. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1987). Ateliér duše (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9313 1915. 
  22. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1990). Kam idú ľudia? (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). CSFR: OPUS Records. 9353 2214. 
  23. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1994). Zostaň (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: Jumbo Records. 0025 2311. 
  24. ^ Modus (1979). Modus (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9116 0856. 
  25. ^ Modus (1979). Balíček snov (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9116 0999. 
  26. ^ Modus (1981). 99 zápaliek (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 1215. 
  27. ^ Modus (1983). Záhradná kaviareň (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 1346. 
  28. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1985). Moje najmilšie (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 1599. 
  29. ^ a b Gombitová, Marika (1993). Polnočné otázky: 16 Naj 1984–1993 (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: OPUS Records. 91 2410. 
  30. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1998). The Best of the Best (Liner Notes) (Double Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: Open Music. 0065-2312. 
  31. ^ Gombitová, Marika (2005). Gold (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: OPUS Records. 91 2701. 
  32. ^ a b Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, pp. 286, 423.
  33. ^ "Marika Gombitová Recorded A New Single". Slovak News Agency (in Slovak). SITA. 2007-09-22. dnes.atlas.sk. Retrieved 2011-12-07. 
  34. ^ a b c d Gombitová, Marika (2007). Vyznanie (Liner Notes) (Double Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: OPUS Records. 91 2784. 
  35. ^ a b c Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 423.
  36. ^ a b Gombitová, Marika (2010). Duetá (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: OPUS Records. 91 2825. 
  37. ^ Modus (1987). Zrkadlo rokov (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 1867. 
  38. ^ Modus (1995). The Best of 1977–1988: Vol 1 (Liner Notes) (Double Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: Open Music. 0033 2312. 
  39. ^ Modus (1998). The Best of 1979–1988: Vol 2 (Liner Notes) (Double Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: Open Music. 0064 2312. 
  40. ^ Modus (1998). Úsmev (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: Bonton Music. 49 1722. 
  41. ^ Modus (2005). Gold (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: OPUS Records. 91 2708. 
  42. ^ VA (1979). Smoliari (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9116 0743. 
  43. ^ VA (2001). Neberte nám princeznú (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: BMG Music. 74321 90447. 
  44. ^ Hapka, Petr (2003). V obrazech II (Liner Notes) (Compact disc) (in Czech). CR: B&M Music. 981 574-8. 
  45. ^ Gombitová, Marika (2008). Na Bratislavskej Lýre (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: OPUS Records. 91 0016. 
  46. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 347.
  47. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1981). Rainy Day Girl (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9116 0973. 
  48. ^ Gombitová, Marika (2008). Dievča do dažďa: 2CD Collectors Edition (Liner Notes) (Double Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: OPUS Records. 91 2791. 
  49. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1984). My Friend the Tree (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 1586. 
  50. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 400.
  51. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1985). Marika №5 — Export Release (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 1624. 
  52. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 401.
  53. ^ Modus (1980). Modus — Export Release (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album). CSSR: Bonton Music. 9113 0974. 
  54. ^ a b Gombitová, Marika (2008). Slnečný kalendár: 2CD Collectors Edition (Liner Notes) (Double Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: OPUS Records. 91 2793. 
  55. ^ Gombitová, Marika (2007). Môj malý príbeh: 2CD Collectors Edition (Liner Notes) (Double Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: OPUS Records. 91 2792. 
  56. ^ VA (1987). Slávnosť úprimných slov (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Extended Play) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9183 0305. 
  57. ^ a b c d e f g Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 397.
  58. ^ Gombitová, Marika (2004). Ateliér duše: Re-release (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: OPUS Records. 91 2561. 
  59. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1977). "Boľavé námestie" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0446. 
  60. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1978). "Študentská láska" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0470. 
  61. ^ "Marika Gombitová → List of Compilations". Katalog Polskich Płyt Gramofonowych (in Polish). KPPG. kppg.waw.pl. Retrieved 2011-10-01. 
  62. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1979). "Vyznanie" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0500. 
  63. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1980). "Kufor a šál" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0521. 
  64. ^ Modus (1980). "Domy na zbúranie" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0522. 
  65. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1980). "Svet stromov" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0528. 
  66. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1980). "Cirkusový kôň" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0539. 
  67. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1981). "Chcem sa s tebou deliť" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0545. 
  68. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1982). "Srdcia dievčat" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0561. 
  69. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1986). "Nenápadná" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0664. 
  70. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1989). "Tváre pred zrkadlom" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0739. 
  71. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1994). "Peklo milencov" (Liner Notes) (CD Single). SR: OPUS Records. 0023 3331. 
  72. ^ Modus (1977). "Veľký sen mora" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0438. 
  73. ^ Modus (1977). "Margaréta" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0439. 
  74. ^ Modus (1977). "Úsmev" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0440. 
  75. ^ Modus (1977). "Zažni" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0441. 
  76. ^ Lehotský 2008a, p. 61.
  77. ^ Modus (1977). "Letná láska" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0450. 
  78. ^ Modus (1977). "Známy tón" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0461. 
  79. ^ Modus (1978). "Dievčatá" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0471. 
  80. ^ Modus (1980). "Mágovo číslo" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0540. 
  81. ^ Modus (1983). "Záhradná kaviareň" (Liner Notes) (7-inch Single). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9143 0595. 
  82. ^ For Gombitová's peak positions on the Slovak component Rádio — Top 50 SK chart, use a link depending on a song release.
  83. ^ For Gombitová's peak positions on the Slovak Rádio — Top 100 airplay chart, use a link depending on a song release.
  84. ^ For Gombitová's peak positions on the Czech component Rádio — Top 50 CZ chart, use a link depending on a song release.
  85. ^ For Gombitová's peak positions on the Czech component Rádio — Top 100 chart, use a link depending on a song release.
  86. ^ VA (1979). OPUS '79 (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 0816. 
  87. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 186.
  88. ^ "Czech Albums — Top 100 → Miro Žbirka → Dúhy". International Federation of the Phonographic Industry — Czech Republic (in Czech). iHned.cz. 2005-10-27. ifpicr.cz. Retrieved 2011-04-10. "#12" 
  89. ^ Modus (2000). 99 zápaliek: Re-release (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: Sony Music/Bonton. 45 5361. 
  90. ^ a b Gombitová, Marika (2000). Dievča do dažďa: Re-release (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: OPUS Records. 49 7691. 
  91. ^ VA (1978). OPUS '77 (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 0605. 
  92. ^ VA (1979). OPUS '78 (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. #9113 0692. 
  93. ^ VA (1978). Mladá pieseň (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9116 0579. 
  94. ^ "The Paris Sisters — Charts & Awards". AllMusic. Rovi Corporation. allmusic.com. Retrieved 2011-10-10. "#5 US Billboard Hot 100" 
  95. ^ VA (1978). Diskotéka OPUSu 1 (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 0745. 
  96. ^ VA (1979). Diskotéka OPUSu 2 (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9116 0667. 
  97. ^ a b c Gombitová, Marika (2002). Slnečný kalendár: Re-release (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: Sony Music/Bonton. 50 7832. 
  98. ^ VA (1978). Internationales Schlagerfestival Dresden '78 (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in German). GDR: Amiga. 855 625. 
  99. ^ Collegium Musicum, Marika (1979). On a Ona (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 0727. 
  100. ^ VA (1979). Diskotéka OPUSu 3 (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 0873. 
  101. ^ VA (1979). Technoexport Bratislava: 10.výročie (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 0926. 
  102. ^ VA (1979). Diskotéka OPUSu 4 (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9116 0935. 
  103. ^ "The Official Charts Company - Gloria Gaynor discography - Singles". The Official Charts Company. OCC. theofficialcharts.com. Retrieved July 4, 2014. 
  104. ^ VA (1980). Diskotéka OPUSu 5 (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9113 0959. 
  105. ^ Žbirka, Miroslav (1980). Doktor Sen (Liner Notes) (Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSSR: OPUS Records. 9116 1000. 
  106. ^ VA (1980). Sopot 80 (Liner Notes) (Cassette) (in Polish). RP: Wifon. MC-0137. 
  107. ^ Gombitová, Marika (2001). Môj malý príbeh: Re-release (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: Sony Music/Bonton. 50 4534. 
  108. ^ Gombitová, Marika (2004). Voľné miesto v srdci: Re-release (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: OPUS Records. 91 1731. 
  109. ^ VA (1990). Nežná revolúcia (Liner Notes) (Double Vinyl Album) (in Slovak). CSFR: OPUS Records. 9017 2240/41. 
  110. ^ Lučenič, Ladislav (1997). Good Vibes: Remixes (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). SR: PolyGram. 539 531. 
  111. ^ VA (2001). 100 let české a slovenské písničky 3 (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). CR: Sony Music/Bonton. 50 2371. 
  112. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 241.
  113. ^ Žbirka, Miroslav (2001). Modrý album (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). CR: Universal. 013 754. 
  114. ^ "Marika Gombitová Has A New Remix. Listen To It!". Čert na koze (in Czech). Firma 6P. 2008-12-05. certnakoze.cz. Archived from the original on 2012-03-31. Retrieved 2011-10-10. 
  115. ^ "Marika Gombitová — "Tak si so mnou opakuj (Shino Vano Remix)"". Shino Vano (in Czech). YouTube. youtube.com. Retrieved 2011-10-19. 
  116. ^ "Marika Gombitová - "Vianočný popevok (Saluberrimae Remix)"". SoundCloud. SoundCloud. soundcloud.com. Retrieved 2013-01-27. 
  117. ^ "Czech Albums — Top 100 → Miro Žbirka → Modrý album (2001)". International Federation of the Phonographic Industry — Czech Republic (in Czech). iHned.cz. 2002-06-07. ifpicr.cz. Retrieved 2011-04-10. "#11" 
  118. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 424.
  119. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 210.
  120. ^ Lehotský 2008a, p. 47.
  121. ^ Gombitová, Marika (1987). Ateliér duše — VHS (Liner Notes) (Video Home System) (in Slovak). CSSR: Videofilm SFT Koliba. 
  122. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 178.
  123. ^ For solo videography by Gombitová, review the Graclík/Nekvapil-link. For her additional music videos released with Modus, use the muzikacs-link browsing the band's official videos in a searching-field (placed above "TV PROGRAM").

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