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Ako imaš s kim i gde

Ako imaš s kim i gde
Block Out
Released April 24, 2004
Recorded May–December 2003
Akademija Free Zone sudio, Belgrade, Elektropionir studio
Genre Alternative rock, Art rock, Acoustic rock, Doom metal, Psychedelic rock
Length 73:59
Label Multimedia Records
Producer Nikola Vranjković
Darko Marković
Block Out chronology

San koji srećan sanjaš sam
(1998)
Ako imaš s kim i gde
(2004)

Ako imaš s kim i gde (trans. If You Have With Whom And Where) is the fourth studio album by the Serbian alternative rock band Block Out, released by Multimedia records in 2004.

Tracklisting

All tracks written by Nikola Vranjković.

  1. "Nevremena" – 5:08
  2. "Iz tri vode" – 6:01
  3. "Tata Brada" – 6:31
  4. "Majdan" – 8:41
  5. "Bedem" – 5:28
  6. "Težak slučaj pakla" – 7:10
  7. "Andrej" – 8:57
  8. "Nema više lakih protivnika" – 4:14
  9. "Bunar želja ne postoji" – 4:31
  10. "Dan koji nikad nije došao" – 3:10
  11. "Ako imaš s kim i gde" – 5:32
  12. "Tehno...logija" – 8:36

Personnel

  • Aleksandar Balać – bass, vocals
  • Miljko Radonjić – drums
  • Dejan Hasečić – guitar, synthesizer
  • Nikola Vranjković – guitar, vocals, producer
  • Milutin Jovančić – vocals

Additional personnel

  • Nemanja Popović – backing vocals
  • Darko Marković – co-producer, mixed by
  • Bojan Drobac – mastered by
  • Branko Maćić – mastered by
  • Ivan Brusić – mastered by
  • Saša Janković – mixed by
  • Dušan Živanović – percussion
  • Marko Jovanović – recorded by
  • Ana Đokić – synthesizer on track 5 and 8
  • Darko Marković – guitar on track 6
  • Dejan Grujić – guitar on track 9

External references

  • EX YU ROCK enciklopedija 1960-2006, Janjatović Petar; ISBN 978-86-905317-1-4
  • Ako imaš s kim i gde at Discogs
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