Kurac, Pička, Govno, Sisa

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Kurac, Pička, Govno, Sisa
Kurac, pička, govno, sisa.jpg
Live album by Rambo Amadeus
Released 1993[1]
Label Gema & DE[1]
Rambo Amadeus chronology
Psihološko propagandni komplet M-91
(1991)Psihološko propagandni komplet M-911991
Kurac, Pička, Govno, Sisa
(1993)
Muzika za decu
(1995)Muzika za decu1995

Kurac, Pička, Govno, Sisa (trans. Dick, Pussy, Shit, Tit) is the first live album of Rambo Amadeus, released in 1993. It was recorded on 29 September 1992 on the concert in Skoplje.[2] Among well known Rambo Amadeus' songs, the album contains a number of improvisations of the famous themes.[2]

Title[edit]

The title of the album and the first track came from the name of the secret organization KPGS, which Rambo Amadeus has founded in 1987 with Nebojša Dudek and Saša Marković Mikrob.[3] Its name was an acronym of Kurac! Pička! Govno! Sisa! which was created spontaneously in the telephone conversation between Marković and Dudek.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. K.P.G.S. oda radosti
  2. Bojler protiv bojlera
  3. Karamba karambita
  4. Električno oro
  5. B-ton
  6. Hej živote varalico stara
  7. Mala, jebo te ja lično i personalno
  8. Priatelju (Mrš. u pizdu materinu)
  9. Mix No. 2745/12
  10. Kataklizma komunizma
  11. Opojne droge su opasne po mladi organizam
  12. Prdež u kadi, dim na vodi
  13. H.I.H.
  14. Kraj

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Kurac, Pička, Govno, Sisa (1993, Gema & DE)". Official Rambo Amadeus' website. Retrieved 25 August 2010. 
  2. ^ a b Janjatović, Petar (1998). Ilustrovana YU rock enciklopedija: 1960—1997. ISBN 86-83053-08-3. 
  3. ^ a b Uroš Đurić (2003). "MIKROB". Umělec. Retrieved 8 August 2010. 

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