Neka svemir čuje nemir

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Neka svemir čuje nemir
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Live album by Bajaga i Instruktori
Released 1989
Recorded Studio V PGP-RTB, Belgrade, October 1989
April 12, 1984
Genre Rock
Pop rock
Label PGP-RTB
Producer Saša Habić
Ivan Vlatković
Bajaga i Instruktori chronology
'Prodavnica tajni'
(1988)
Neka svemir čuje nemir
(1989)
'Četiri godišnja doba'
(1991)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Ritam 3/5 stars[1]

Neka svemir čuje nemir (trans. May the Universe Hear the Unrest) is a double and the first live album by Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Bajaga i Instruktori, released in 1989.

The first five tracks on the album are studio tracks. "Na vrhovima prstiju", "Idem (Kao da ne idem, a idem)" and "Neka svemir čuje nemir" made their debut on the album, and "Tekila - Gerila" and "Tamara" are acoustic versions of the songs from the album Pozitivna geografija.

One part of the live tracks was recorded on March 6, 1989, on the band's concert in Dom Sportova in Zagreb. the other part was recorded on September 15, 1989, on the band's performance at EBU Rock Festival in Novi Sad. The last track of the album is the recording of the journalist Dražen Vrdoljak announcing the band on their concert in Kulušić club in Zagreb, held on December 8, 1984.

The album features a live version of the song "Kad hodaš", originally recorded by Momčilo Bajagić's former band Riblja Čorba.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Momčilo Bajagić except where noted.

Disc One[edit]

  1. "Na vrhovima prstiju"
  2. "Tekila - Gerila"
  3. "Idem (Kao da ne idem, a idem)" (Ž. Milenković, M. Bajagić)
  4. "Tamara"
  5. "Neka svemir čuje nemir" (Indian traditional, M. Bajagić)
  6. "Dvadeseti vek"
  7. "Dobro jutro, džezeri"
  8. "220 u voltima"
  9. "Plavi safir"

Disc Two[edit]

  1. "Kad hodaš"
  2. "Ruski voz" (Ž. Milenković, M. Bajagić)
  3. "Zažmuri"
  4. "Poljubi me"
  5. "Limene trube"
  6. "Ja mislim 300 na sat"
  7. "Tišina"
  8. "220 u voltima"
  9. "Tonski zapis sa koncerta u Kulušiću 8.12.'84."

Personnel[edit]

  • Momčilo Bajagić - vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, arranged by
  • Žika Milenković - vocals, arranged by
  • Miroslav Cvetković - bass guitar, backing vocals, arranged by
  • Saša Lokner - keyboards, backing vocals, arranged by
  • Nenad Stamatović - guitar, backing vocals
  • Vladimir Golubović - drums, backing vocals, arranged by

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Saša Habić - producer
  • Ivan Vlatković - producer ("220 u voltima" and "Tišina" only), recorded by
  • Mladen Škalec - recorded by
  • Milovan Macanović - recorded by ("220 u voltima" and "Tišina" only)
  • Petar Bojmić - engineer
  • Đorđe Petrović - engineer (on "220 u voltima" and "Tišina" only)
  • Zoran Vujkević - mixed by
  • Jan Šaš - mixed by ("220 u voltima" and "Tišina" only)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marko, Jozef. "Bajaga i Instruktori - Neka svemir čuje nemir". Ritam (in Serbian). Belgrade: Sportinvest, ROID Vuk Karadžić (12): 73. 

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