JK Revolution

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JK Revolution
Jelena Karleusa - Revolution.jpg
Studio album by Jelena Karleuša
Released7 February 2008
RecordedJune - December 2007
GenrePop, R&B, club
LabelCity Records
Jelena Karleuša chronology
Magija
(2005)
JK Revolution
(2008)
The Diamond Collection
(2009)

JK Revolution is the ninth studio album by Serbian singer Jelena Karleuša.[1] It was released in 2008 after a three-year hiatus, by City Records, fully arranged and produced by Atelje Trag from June to December 2007. The first single was "Casino", which was released in June 2007.

The second single was "Tihi ubica", released in December 2007. The single is actually a Serbian version of "Se Esfuma Tu Amor" (Your Love Disappears), song by Marc Anthony, which was released on his ninth studio album Amar Sin Mentiras. For the single, Jelena filmed an accompanying music video, which is the most expensive music video released by any artist in the Balkans. The video was directed by Visual Infinity Production company, and in the video Jelena was shown as a seductive woman who stays in an old, antique hotel, named Revolution, which is actually haunted by a ghost of a man that she murdered, "Tihi ubica" (Silent Killer.) Since she murdered him, she was chased by FBI. It also includes scenes of Jelena laying in a red velvet bed with a doberman, riding a horse, walking through the fog on the lawn, and breaking an antique mirror with a dove flying out from the broken pieces of mirror glass.

Track listing[edit]

The official track listing:[2]

  1. Tihi ubica (Silent Killer)
  2. Testament
  3. Ko ti to baje (Who Is Charming You)
  4. Saki
  5. Casino
  6. Jedna noć i kajanje (One Night and Regret)
  7. Pamet u glavu (Get Smart)
  8. Baš je dobro biti ja (It's Really Good Being Me, featuring Marcus)
  9. Mala (Girl)
  10. Mala (Teatro Mix)

Singles[edit]

  • Casino
  • Baš je dobro biti ja
  • Ko ti to baje
  • Tihi ubica
  • Testament

References[edit]

  1. ^ "JK Revolution". Discogs. Retrieved 9 September 2012.
  2. ^ "JK Revolution". Discogs. Retrieved 26 February 2012.