Modrý album

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Modrý album
Zbirka - Modry album.jpeg
Studio album by Miroslav Žbirka
Released 2001
Genre Pop
Length 53:30
Label Universal (#013 754)
Producer
  • Aleš Zenkl
  • Honza Horáček
  • Miroslav Žbirka
Miroslav Žbirka chronology
Neberte nám princeznú
(2001)Neberte nám princeznú2001
Modrý album
(2001)
The Best of 93-03
(2003)The Best of 93-032003
Marika Gombitová chronology
Neberte nám princeznú
(2001) Neberte nám princeznú2001
Modrý album
(2001) Modrý album2001
V obrazech II
(2003) V obrazech II2003
Back cover

Modrý album (English: Blue Album) is the twelfth studio album by Slovak singer Miroslav Žbirka, released on Universal Music in 2001.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Žbirka.

No. Title Featured artist(s) Length
1. "Jediná"   3:10
2. "Je mi fajn"   4:05
3. "Kvôli tebe"   3:35
4. "Mayday"   3:15
5. "Vstávaj"   4:12
6. "Bezchybná"   3:15
7. "Len zatvor oči"   4:12
8. "Myslím, že ti rozumiem"   3:13
9. "Mám rád"   2:59
10. "Nad ránom"   3:17
11. "Nespáľme to krásne v nás" Marika Gombitová 3:20
12. "Miliónkrát"   4:42
13. "Nesplnený sen"   3:28
14. "Co bolí to přebolí" Martha (Uncredited) 3:23
15. "Na klzisku"   4:02
Total length: 53:30

Official releases[edit]

  • 2001: Modrý album, CD, Universal Music, #013 754
  • 2001: Modrý album, CD, bonus tracks, Universal Music, #013 754
  • 2010: Zlatá edice: Modrý album, CD, Universal Music, #013 754

Credits and personnel[edit]

Charts[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ Žbirka, Miroslav (2001). Modrý album (Liner Notes) (Compact Disc) (in Slovak). Miro Žbirka. Czech Republic: Universal. 
  2. ^ "Official Czech Albums Chart → 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 
  3. ^ "Official Czech Albums Chart → Miro Žbirka → Modrý album (2001)". International Federation of the Phonographic Industry – Czech Republic (in Czech). iHned.cz. ifpicr.cz. Retrieved 2012-01-24. #19 
  4. ^ "Exclusive List: The 100 Greatest Slovak Albums". Nový čas (in Slovak). Ringier Axel Springer Slovakia. cas.sk. Retrieved 2011-10-19. 

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