Četiri godine

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Četiri godine
Four Years
Četiri godine.jpg
Studio album by Lepa Brena
Released 21 September 1989 (1989-09-21)
Genre Folk, pop
Label Diskoton
Producer
Lepa Brena chronology
Hajde da se volimo
(1987)
Četiri godine
(1989)
Boli me uvo za sve
(1990)

Četiri godine (English: Four Years) is the eighth studio album by Yugoslavian pop-folk singer Lepa Brena and her band Slatki Greh. It was released 21 September 1989 through the record label Diskoton.[1]

All of the songs became huge hits, but the song "Jugoslovenka" (sung with Alen Islamović) is still today a well-known song all over the Balkans. It is considered an anthem to Yugonostalgists.[citation needed]

The music video for "Čuvala me mama" was filmed on the Croatian island Lopud.

This was her ninth of twelve albums with Slatki Greh.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Četiri godine" (Four Years)
  • Milorad Cvetković
 
2. "Biseru beli" (White Pearl)
  • Laza Ristovski
 
3. "Jablane" (Warrior)
  • Laza Ristovski
 
4. "Igraj dragi" (Dance, Dear)
  • Dino Merlin
  • Laza Ristovski
 
5. "Poželi sreću drugima" (Wish Happiness to Others)
  • Marina Tucaković
  • Aleksandar Radulović
  • Kornelije Kovač
 
6. "Čuvala me mama" (My Mom Took Care of Me)
  • Miroslav Zec
  • Kornelije Kovač
 
7. "Jugoslovenka" (Yugoslavian Woman (duet with Alen Islamović))
  • Miloš Mandić
  • Marija Ćajić
  • Kornelije Kovač
 
8. "Imam pesmu da vam pevam" (I Have a Song to Sing for You)
  • Zoran Matić
  • Kornelije Kovač
 
9. "Ja pripadam samo tebi" (I Belong Only to You)
  • Milorad Cvetković
  • Kornelije Kovač
 
10. "Vrati mi srce" (Return My Heart)
  • Zoran Matić
  • Laza Ristovski
 
11. "Sokole" (Falcon)
  • S. Veljković
  • Kornelije Kovač
 
12. "Robinja" (Slave)
  • Milorad Cvetković
  • Kornelije Kovač
 

Personnel[edit]

Instruments[edit]

  • Jose Luis Iglesias – electric guitar

Production and recording[edit]

  • Enrique Kintana – recording
  • Vladimir Negovanović – recording

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Četiri godine". Discogs. 21 September 1989. Retrieved 29 November 2014.