Veliki Prezir
Released March 22, 2001
Recorded May - August 2000
Studio M, Novi Sad
Genre Alternative rock, Indie rock, Experimental music
Length 44:43
Label B92
Producer Dušan Ševarlić, Veliki Prezir
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Brazde (Furrows) is the second studio album by the Serbian britpop/alternative rock band Veliki Prezir, released by B92 in 2001.

Track listing

All tracks written and arranged by Vladimir Kolarić and Veliki Prezir.

No. Title Length
1. "Moram da znam" (I have to know) 4:07
2. "Sutra" (Tomorrow) 4:15
3. "Neobična sumnja" (Unusual doubt) 3:48
4. "Hej!" (Hey!) 4:33
5. "Revolucija" (Revolution) 4:57
6. "Promene" (Changes) 4:27
7. "Budi sigurna" (Be certain) 2:53
8. "Danima" (In days) 4:16
9. "Snaga motorna / Sila svetova" (Engine power / World force) 6:27


Veliki Prezir

  • Vladimir Kolarić — guitar, vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Robert Telčer — guitar
  • Draga Antov — bass
  • Boris Mandić — drums

Additional personnel

  • Alan Smithee Dots — artwork by
  • Dušan Ševarlić — backing vocals, arranged by [strings], producer, engineer [post-production], recorded by
  • Timea Kalmar — cello
  • Branislav Micić — engineer [post-production]
  • Milenko Radovanov — photography
  • Slobodan Misailović — piano, organ [hammond], percussion, piano [rhodes], recorded by
  • Tajj Kvartet — strings
  • Jelena Bulatović — viola
  • Aleksandra Krčmar — violin
  • Jovanka Letić — violin
  • Veliki Prezir — producer


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