1 2 3 4 (album)

1 2 3 4
Veliki Prezir
Released 1997
Recorded June 28, 1997
Studio M, Novi Sad
Genre Britpop, Indie rock
Length 43:32
Label Automatik Records
ATM 107-2
Producer Dušan Ševarlić
Veliki Prezir chronology

Veliki prezir
(1996)
1 2 3 4
(1997)
Brazde
(2001)

1 2 3 4 is a live album by the Serbian britpop/alternative rock band Veliki Prezir, released by Automatik records in 1997. With the exception of the instrumental intro and the song "Udica" ("The hook"), all the tracks are live versions of the songs released on the band's debut album Veliki prezir.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Intro"   4:22
2. "Samo tebe znam" (It is only you I know) 3:23
3. "Padati" (Falling down) 1:59
4. "Između" (In between) 4:03
5. "Odvodi" (Let-offs) 3:12
6. "Budi Sunce" (Be the sun) 2:40
7. "Svetleće" (Glowing) 3:30
8. "Na tragu" (On the trace) 3:58
9. "Reke teku brodovima" (Rivers flow through the ships) 3:42
10. "Ne znam" (I don't know) 3:26
11. "Udica" (The hook) 4:26
12. "Dobro je" (It is fine) 4:53

Personnel

Veliki Prezir

  • Vladimir Kolarić — guitar, vocals
  • Slavko Kontra — guitar
  • Predrag Ilčešin — bass
  • Dušan Kuzmanović — drums

Additional personnel

  • Sloba Misailović — engineer
  • Dušan Ševarlić — engineer, producer

References

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