Buvlja pijaca

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Buvlja pijaca
CorbaBuvljapijaca.jpg
Studio album by Riblja Čorba
Released October 29, 1982
Recorded 1981–1982
Studio Studio V PGP-RTB, Belgrade
Genre Rock
Hard rock
Length 37:52
Label PGP-RTB
Producer John McCoy
Riblja Čorba chronology
U ime naroda
(1982)U ime naroda1982
Buvlja pijaca
(1982)
Večeras vas zabavljaju muzičari koji piju
(1984)Večeras vas zabavljaju muzičari koji piju1984

Buvlja pijaca (trans. Flea Market) is the fourth studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Riblja Čorba, released in 1982.

The album is the second Riblja Čorba album produced by John McCoy. It featured a softer sound than previous Riblja Čorba releases, as some of the songs featured string and brass instruments and had elements of acoustic rock.

The album was polled in 1998 as the 64th on the list of 100 greatest Yugoslav rock and pop albums in the book YU 100: najbolji albumi jugoslovenske rok i pop muzike (YU 100: The Best albums of Yugoslav pop and rock music).[1]

Album cover[edit]

The album cover was designed by Jugoslav Vlahović, and is the only Riblja Čorba album cover which does not feature Riblja Čorba logo.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Draga, ne budi peder" ("Darling, Don't Be a Faggot") B. Đorđević V. Milatović, B. Đorđević 3:00
2. "U dva će čistači odneti đubre" ("At Two Garbage Collectors Will Take Away the Trash") B. Đorđević B. Đorđević 3:43
3. "Baby, Baby, I Don't Wanna Cry" M. Bajagić M. Bajagić 3:22
4. "Slušaj sine, obriši sline" ("Listen Son, Wipe Your Nose") B. Đorđević B. Đorđević 2:48
5. "Kad ti se na glavu sruši čitav svet" ("When the Whole World Crashes on Your Head") B. Đorđević R. Kojić 4:57
6. "Ja ratujem sam" ("I Wage War Alone") B. Đorđević M. Aleksić 2:35
7. "Pravila, pravila" ("Rules, Rules") B. Đorđević M. Bajagić 6:18
8. "Kako je lepo biti glup" ("How Nice It Is to Be Stupid") B. Đorđević B. Đorđević 2:17
9. "Neću da živim u bloku 65" ("I Don't Want to Live in the Block 65") B. Đorđević M. Aleksić, M. Bajagić 3:54
10. "Dobro jutro" ("Good Morning") B. Đorđević M. Aleksić, M. Bajagić 4:36

Personnel[edit]

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Kornelije Kovač - keyboard
  • Rešad Jahja - cello
  • Petar Jovanović - cello
  • Miroljub Aranđelović - clarinet
  • Miroslav Blažević - trumpet
  • Asan Selimović - tuba
  • Miomir Maksimčev - viola
  • Petar Mladenović - viola
  • Geza Balaž - violin
  • Gordana Todorović - violin
  • Miloš Lazarević - violin
  • Miroljub Milošević - violin
  • Stojan Grbić - violin
  • Žarko Mićković - violin
  • John McCoy - producer
  • Tony Taverner - recorded by
  • Jovan Stojanović - engineer

Reception and legacy[edit]

The album brought a number of hit songs: ironical love songs "Draga ne budi peder", "U dva će čistači odneti đubre", "Dobro jutro", and political and satirical songs "Slušaj sine, obriši sline", "Kako je lepo biti glup" (inspired by Đorđević's service in Yugoslav People's Army), "Pravila, pravila", "Kad ti se na glavu sruši čitav svet" and "Ja ratujem sam". It was sold in more than 250,000 copies, which was less than expected, considering the number of previous albums' copies sold.

The songs "U dva će čistači odneti đubre", "Kad ti se na glavu sruši čitav svet", "Ja ratujem sam", "Pravila, pravila", "Kako je lepo biti glup" and "Dobro jutro" appeared in Mića Milošević's 1982 movie A Tight Spot.

In 1998, Buvlja pijaca was polled the 64th on the list of 100 greatest Yugoslav rock and pop albums in the book YU 100: najbolji albumi jugoslovenske rok i pop muzike (YU 100: The Best albums of Yugoslav pop and rock music).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Antonić, Duško; Štrbac, Danilo (1998). YU 100: najbolji albumi jugoslovenske rok i pop muzike. Belgrade: YU Rock Press. p. 42. 
  2. ^ Antonić, Duško; Štrbac, Danilo (1998). YU 100: najbolji albumi jugoslovenske rok i pop muzike. Belgrade: YU Rock Press. p. 42. 

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